"Barring any roadblocks, the Traverse would take us almost a week—six days and five nights. We’ll hike through the forest and up into the alpine where there are no trails, navigating over snowfields, talus, and glaciers. Near the end, we’ll climb 8900-foot Dome Peak, a magnificent fortress of rock and glacier." • An excerpt from my written account of tackling the classic Ptarmigan Traverse earlier this summer, after two previous years of failed attempts due to impassable glaciers and inclement weather. Read more on the @clifbar blog [link in bio]. Photo shared by: @scott_kranz
I'm beyond stoked to announce this photo has been selected amongst the finalists of the Hasselblad Masters competition. Check out the awesome work there, I'd appreciate your vote! @hasselblad_official #hasselbladmasters
#nzmustdo Sunset down at Moke Lake only 30 min from Queenstown
Have an awesome weekend everyone
If you want to join @adingattamimi and me here on our Autumn Workshop Tour 2018 there's a link in bio with more info
Nikon 14-24mm F2.8 Lens
30 second exposure
NiSi 10 stop ND Filter
NiSi 0.9 soft grad ND
Exploring NZ with @drivenewzealand
The hike back to camp for breakfast after shooting sunrise in the larches. Conversations consisted mostly of arguments over what we should eat and the occasional “HEY BEAR!” Photo shared by: @jordanherschel
LET’S GO TO AFRICA! Exciting news! @jasoncharleshill and I are offering an exclusive photography workshop in Namibia, Africa – April 2018!
We will be sharing everything we know about photography & Instagram and you will have the chance to learn first hand while exploring with us on a super rare 13 day trip throughout Africa! This is a dream come true & I would love for you to join us on this once in a life time opportunity! There are limited spots available – If you are interested or have any questions please let me know or contact @safari.frank.
On my recent travels in Europe I stood here and caught the first sunrise of the fall season. I can't imagine a more picturesque spot to kick off my favorite time of year. Who else would say autumn is their favorite season? And how are you celebrating? I’m heading into the mountains with a good friend as I write this, so I’m hoping to experience some magic only fall can make.
On my last trip to Hawaii, I played with ditching the tripod. Aside from being fun to loosen up and run around chasing swirls of foam and form without regard for sharpness, it helped create a little distance from the sentimentality of the typically amazing sunset. Scenes so easily kitsch, can be a dangerous subject if you hope to have an abstract conversation. What is the oceans edge but a blurring of borders.
Every time the sun rises I feel you, in the midst of time I know you as myself, I understand your heart and your truth. The days and nights are the same, the play never ends and the theme of experience is the story. #sunrise#sunset#melbourne#australia