Posts Tagged ‘travel’

“I have been fortunate to wander across 107 different countries so far. But the one place that stands out by a mile is Africa. There certainly is no place that compares to Africa.”Please can you explain the idea behind this latest series? I was sent on assignment to shoot the first campaign for a new Surf Label Ryyon...

The birth of digital marked a revolution that threatened to leave analogue in the grainy dust. Despite lightning advances in technology, there has been a quiet resistance among certain photographers. In the age of instant gratification, waiting for results longer than a nano-second can seem impractical. The mistakes...

My name is Valentin Duciel, I’m a french analog photographer and I’m back from our road trip Wild Ride To East… With my three friends Aurélien Buttin, Lana & Myriam we set off towards the eastern lands through winding mountain roads, translucent lakes, dark forests and the poor countryside of the Balkans. From Lyon,...

Not all festivals are the same. There are some pretty significant differences between a festival during the day, where one must stay in a hotel, and a camping festival. Going further, within these categories lie differences. Here, we dive into some amazing music festivals across the U.S. to see what makes these...

Australian photographer Matt Dunne recently spent time in the desert of California which is such an awesome place to shoot landscape and people. The terrain is just so unique to Australia. I’ve only been to the USA twice to Cali for work shooting campaigns for Cotton On Body. But, it’s still given me the opportunity...

Visiting a new country is always exciting from he moment you map your route, to packing the essentials and double checking everything is organised. It’s even more exciting and challenging when you’re only travelling for a short time. This one was literally a 100 hours trip to Norway, it was time for a long weekend break...

Fascination has this extraordinary ability of never getting hindered by prohibitions or value judgments. Rajae Benchemsi / Marrakech, lumière d’exil. Bayonne based Artistic Director and Motion Designer, Wesley Wilquin started photography as a passion 10 years ago, it gradually became his second job. His inspirations...

Everyone loves to say that they’re a traveller, off into the unknown we set off on a trip to gather photos and memories mostly just to say “we’ve been there” or show on our social media “look what I’ve done”. But, rarely do any of us really adventure into the depths of the unknown. Happy enough to spend three or four weeks...

With three hours of light each day, brutal winter storms and freezing temperatures, Iceland is far from the ideal surf trip. However, this didn’t stop photographer Chris Burkard and filmmaker Ben Weiland from rounding up a crew of surfers to seek out unknown waves in the islands remote north… all during the worst...

From the Maldives to Tahiti and everywhere in between join Tom Jennings on a cinematic Journey through the Indian and Pacific oceans over the span of 2015. Indian Pacific Fifteen is ocean cinematography at it’s best, with clean shots that engage and evoke anticipation to see what will happen. Throughout the year the...