Photography

Film photography, photo essays, camera guides, and gear for adventure photographers

Leica Revives Its Iconic M6 Rangefinder Camera Proving Film Isn't Dead
Leica Revives the Iconic M6 Rangefinder 20 Years After Production Stopped

After 20 years of strictly digital, Leica has returned to its roots with a rerelease—and update—to one of the most beloved analog cameras ever made

Carry Your Camera & Film Every Day With Long Weekend Bag Collection
New Lifestyle Camera Bag Collection Let's You Tote Your Film Photo Gear In Style

A retro styled sling, tote, and camera pouch designed for daily use, from photo brand Moment and photographers Willem Verbeeck and Allison Simon

Q&A: Francois Lebeau on Becoming One of Climbing's Top Photographers
Francois Lebeau Talks Rigging Fixed Lines & Photographing Climbers Around the World

The celebrated French Canadian discusses his early days in Montreal, tricks to getting good images outdoors, documenting climbs in iconic destinations

A Solo Guide to Fall in the Adirondack High Peaks Region
A Photographer's Guide to Fall in the Adirondack High Peaks Region

Vivid autumn landscapes, tips on the best spots for photographing, and what to bring when exploring this legendary New York area

20 Photos from a Bushwhack Backpacking Trip Through the High Sierra
20 Photos from a Bushwhack Backpacking Trip Through California's High Sierra

If you're willing to venture off-trail (and up and down 10,000 feet of mountain passes), you can have California's popular hiking region to yourself

A Hiker's Guide to the Japanese Alps' Mountain Hut Shelter System
A Guide to the Eclectic Mountain Huts & Hiking Shelters of the Japanese Alps

Japan has a long tradition of hiking—here, we dive into the system of mountain lodges where hikers can take shelter and find a warm, home cooked meal

18 Film Photos from the Canadian Rockies' Remote Muskwa-Kechika Area
Exploring the Muskwa-Kechika, a Remote & Beautiful Part of the Canadian Rockies

The unique Management Area offers an example of how conservation, industry, and government can work together, but its future isn't guaranteed

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

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

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