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Photography

What It's Like to Learn to Surf in the Pacific Northwest in Your 30s
Photo Essay: What It's Like to Learn to Surf in Your 30s In the PNW

An ongoing photo series, "Bad Surfers" documents the brutal but sometimes fruitful quest to log wave time in an unforgiving corner of the country

A 100-Mile Reunion Hike Along the Rugged Arizona Trail
Photo Essay: A Grand Reunion on the Rugged Arizona Trail

After a decade apart and amid pandemic upheaval, two old friends reconnect on 100 miles of the famed Arizona National Scenic Trail (aka the AZT)

Joe Greer on Finding Photography, Inspiration, Faith & His New Book
How Joe Greer Almost Quit Film Photography & Why He'll Never Write Another Book

A conversation with the celebrated film photographer about his early career, avoiding burnout, and making "The Lay of the Land" during a pandemic

An Adventurer's Guide to Georgia (the Country)
Why You Should Consider Georgia (the Country) as Your Next Adventure Destination

At the intersection of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, between the Black Sea and Caspian Sea, sits a dreamland for hiking, overlanding, skiing & more

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DAYBREAK Is a New Magazine Celebrating Adventure & Design
Inside DAYBREAK, the Print Magazine Combining Gritty Adventure with Good Design

200 glossy pages of analog inspiration by the likes of Ben Moon, Judianne Thomson, Jamestown Revival, and magazine founder Tommy Moore

Surf, Seafood, and Solitude in Mexico's Secluded Baja Norte
Photo Essay: Surf, Seafood, and Solitude in Mexico's Baja Norte

23 film photos document a living daydream along the Pacific coast of Baja California

How Making Film Double Exposures Reignited My Passion for Photography
How Shooting Film Double Exposures Reignited My Passion for Photography

Stuck in a creative rut, Santa Cruz photographer Caitlin Fullam found inspiration in experimental film photography

Finding Freedom in Jackson Hole at a 1920s University Geology Station
Finding Freedom in Jackson Hole at a 1920s University Geology Station

Photos from two summers spent exploring the Tetons and working on the kitchen staff at Camp Davis, a longstanding University of Michigan property

Photographing a Yosemite Atmospheric River on 120 & 35mm Film
13 Film Photos From a Moody, Weird-Weather Weekend in Yosemite

A late-fall trip into America's most-photographed valley proves that a crummy weather forecast can coax out some of its dreamiest views

How to Visit Refuge Charpoua, the Century-old Mountain Hut of Chamonix
Visiting Charpoua Refuge, a Century-Old Mountain Hut Above Chamonix

Serving as a climber's base on Mont Blanc Massif for decades, the 1904 hut is accessed by train ride, glacier trek, and alpine trail scramble

Photo Essay: Vermont Sidecountry Through the Lens of a Stowe Local
19 Film Photos Show Life As a Local in the Mountains of Northern Vermont

Reflecting on 25 years spent snowboarding in, on, and around the dense forests of Mount Mansfield, Vermont's tallest Peak

Chris Burkard Reveals His Photography Career Beginnings in New Book
Q&A: Chris Burkard Talks Film, Localism, & Going to a Russian Jail in New Book

The world famous adventure photographer shares stories from behind the lens in his new memoir-photo book, "Wayward"

Inside Photodom, Brooklyn's Own Film Photography Shop & Community Hub
This Black-Owned NYC Camera Shop Is a Hub for Photographers of All Backgrounds

Photodom founder Dominick Lewis on starting an analog photography business, diversity in the photo industry, and more

What It's Really Like to Live and Work in a Converted School Bus
How One Couple and Their Two Dogs Live & Work In a Converted School Bus

How Steve Yocom & Jordan Meeks found a retired school bus for $3,000 and turned it into a mobile cabin that crisscrosses the country

Photo Essay: What It's Like to Be a USFS Wilderness Ranger Intern
Photo Essay: What It's Like to Be a USFS Wilderness Ranger Intern

A firsthand account of two rugged months spent living and working with the Forest Service in California's famed John Muir Wilderness

10 Best Point and Shoot Film Cameras for All Skill Levels
The 10 Best Point & Shoot Film Cameras for Photographers of All Skill Levels

From Contax and Yashica to Ricoh and Leica, this guide dives deep into the most important 35mm film cameras made to date

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