Photo Essays

Visual stories of adventure told through film photography and firsthand experiences

 Van Living In Big Sky Country

A Vanlife Tour of Big Sky Country

Two film photographers and their basset hound puppy explore Grand Teton and Glacier National Parks

Q&A: Cabin-Time Founder and Graphic Designer Geoff Holstad

Q&A: Cabin-Time Founder and Graphic Designer Geoff Holstad

Discussing the roaming creative residency and how going off-grid with strangers leads to beautiful collaborations

Seaside Camping in Southern Russia

Photo Essay: Seaside Camping in Southern Russia

Between Eastern Europe and Western Asia sits the Black Sea, and a beautifully unique coastline

Q&A: Pro Climber, Videographer, Photographer Colette McInerney

Q&A: Pro Climber and Photographer Colette McInerney

The multihyphenate powerhouse talks traveling, finding her path in life, and her new, all-female production company

Photo Essay: Backpacking Goat Rocks Wilderness, WA

Backpacking Washington's Ancient and Remote Goat Rocks Wilderness

Film photography from a few days spent cowboy camping in the smokey remnants of a two million year old volcano

A Lesson Learned on the PCT

Photo Essay: A Lesson Learned on the PCT

What a case of Cheryl Strayed syndrome taught this Yosemite resident

Photo Essay: Canoe Camping on Saranac Lake, NY

Photo Essay: Late Summer Canoe Camping Upstate NY

Deep in the Adirondack Mountains exists an idyllic lake dotted with tiny islands just waiting to be explored

The Summer of 6000 Miles

What It's Like to Drive 6000 Miles in Remote Landscapes in a Single Summer

Photographer Colton Jacobs reflects on a season unexpectedly spent on the road touring the West

A Long, Cold Winter in New Zealand

Photo Essay: A Long, Cold New Zealand Road Trip

One French couple's cold winter spent living the vanlife, documented on 35mm film

Backpacking Washington's Alpine Lakes Wilderness

Photo Essay: Backcountry Camping in Alpine Lakes Wilderness

Exploring The Enchantments with friends and fly rod in tow, documented on 35mm film

Q&A: Photographer Julia Sumpter, and A Hound Dog

Q&A: Photographer Julia Sumpter, and A Hound Dog

How one classically trained photojournalist is using dog portraiture to highlight the good in these dark times

Photo Essay: Eastern Sierra Solo Road Trip

Photo Essay: Eastern Sierra Solo Road Tripping

From Yosemite National Park to Mammoth Lakes, captured beautifully on 35mm film

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