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The True Story of Island X, a Secret Surf Location in the Bering Sea
The Epic True Story Behind a Secret Surf Expedition Off the Shores of Russia

Photographer Mark McInnis shares images from a top-secret surf expedition to a remote Alaskan island, and his new book, half a decade in the making

Photo Essay: Weekend Canoe Camping in New York’s Adirondack Mountains
Photo Essay: Dreamy Weekend Canoe Camping Way Upstate

Meals cooked over an open fire, skinny dipping in the sunshine, hammock naps, lazy paddles, and generous whiskey pours in the great outdoors

Rapha's New Photo Book Goes Inside Lachlan Morton's Alt Tour de France
New Photo Book Goes Inside Pro Cyclist Lachlan Morton's Epic Alt Tour de France

The inside story on how, instead of riding with the rest of the pros, Lachlan Morton bikepacked the entire 2021 Tour route by himself

How to Be a Good Adventure Buddy, According to Alex Strohl
Q&A: Photographer Alex Strohl on Film, Friendship & New Zine "Adventure Buddies"

Talking film photography and Adventure Buddies, Strohl's new zine project documenting human-powered trips with Isaac Johnston, Chris Burkard, and more

Where to Develop Your Film: 9 Best Mail-in Photo Labs Across the USA
The Best Film Photo Labs for Affordable, Mail-in Film Developing, According to Pros

Our network of pro film photographers shares their go-to mail-in film labs for high-quality processing and scans of 35mm and medium format film

15 Film Photos of Adventure From a Free-wheeling Summer in New Zealand
Photo Essay: Exploring New Zealand's South Island by Camper Van

After living near Auckland for seven years, one professional expat photographer dedicates a final summer to seeking out adventure on the South Island

New Book "Surfer Magazine: 1960-2020" Chronicles 60 Years of Culture
Surfing’s Now-Extinct Print Mag Gets a Worthy Retrospective in New Hardcover Book

With more than 300 pages of photos and journalism, the book is a visual homage to surf culture's leading publication, which prematurely closed in 2020

"It Was Good" Photo Book Celebrates Type Two Fun in the High Sierra
Photo Book "It Was Good" Celebrates Type Two Fun in California's High Sierra Range

New 352-page hardcover by self-taught photographer & mountaineer Josh Endres documents 10 years worth of high alpine adventure

23 Film Photos From 72 Hours of Adventure in South Dakota
Photo Essay: 72 Hours in South Dakota, an Overlooked Mecca of Adventure

A long weekend travel guide to some of America’s most striking (and accessible) landscapes in the Black Hills, Badlands National Park, and beyond

Full Circle Everest Photographer Evan Green on Gear, Fear & Summiting
Q&A: Full Circle Everest Photographer Evan Green on Gear, Fear & Summiting

Days after summiting the world's highest peak, photographer Evan Green discuss his camera gear, the expedition, and its significance

Photo Essay: A Multi-Generational Visit to Yellowstone National Park
15 Film Photos From a Multi-Generational Visit to Yellowstone National Park

With a last-minute booking, one photographer visits America's most famous national park for the first time—with his grandfather along as guide

Laugavegur Trail: All You Need to Know About Iceland's Famous Trek
Everything You Need to Know About Hiking Iceland's Famous Laugavegur Trail

Spanning 34 miles in southern Iceland, this beloved route serves as a more adventurous alternative to the heavily touristed Ring Road

Kodak Gold 120 Film Photo Essay: Exploring Maui by Van
Explore Stunning Maui Landscapes on All New Kodak Gold 120 Film

On Hawaii's second-largest island, two film photographers hit the road in a rented 1998 Dodge camper van to document a truly unique environment

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

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