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Tilt-Shifted: Surfing Tahiti & Coachella Festival

January 5, 2012


Making the interwebs rounds –as these should– are recent tilt-shift photographs by Tim McKenna. They’re amazing, and certainly one of the better examples and uses for the tilt-shift practice. For more about tilt-shift photography in the French Polynesia, visit McKenna’s site. Looking for some tilt-shift gear, check out B&H. About tilt-shift photography (and a sweet […]

‘Natural Playground’ Photo Exhibit and Party

October 20, 2011


The opening reception for “Natural Playground” has come and gone, where a few dozen of New England’s finest adventure photographers and adventure fans gathered to celebrate outdoor pursuits and talk shop. “Natural Playground” is presented by Darkroom Gallery, Cortex Marketing and Evolving from pixels to prints, this gallery features a handful of the finalists represented in the juried […]

‘Natural Playground’ Photo Contest: Exhibit Selections

September 29, 2011


After a month-long submission process, where photographers of both pro and amateur status dropped their images into a hat, we’re excited to announce our first annual “Natural Playground” juried exhibition selections. The photographs selected in this gallery are officially entered into the contest, where they’ll be on display at Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction, Vermont from October […]

‘Natural Playground’ Adventure Photo Exhibit, Contest

August 10, 2011


After much ado, here are some details about a photo exhibit/contest I’ll be jurying alongside adventure photog-extrordanaire, Corey Rich. Slated to open in early-October and run through early-November, with a gallery party in the mix, the deadline to submit photos is September 13. You’ve got a month, folks, so start sorting your images and submit […]

Week Trip: Eco-Island Adventures on Long Caye, Beilze

August 2, 2011


Glover’s Reef encompasses over 80 miles of shallow lagoons and coral mazes about 35 miles off the coast of Belize in the Caribbean Sea. In fact, the ecosystem has been designated a National Marine Reserve and in 1997 was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Tucked away within this pristine and flourishing landscape is […]

Choosing the Best Surfing Destination

July 29, 2011


Creating your dream surfing trip should be as easy as 1-2-3, and according to surf photographer John Seaton Callahan those three factors are season, location and budget. Season is the most important, as all surfing areas are seasonal. Nobody wants to book a trip to the North Shore of O’ahu in July, or a trip […]