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    US National Park Service wants to hire the next Ansel Adams

    “Become a part of our mission to connect with our past and create important connections to the future by building a rich and lasting legacy for the next generation of park visitors, supporters and advocates.”

    Real time Northern Lights from a plane window

    Using a Sony A7S camera, filmmaker Toby Lockerbie was able to capture the northern lights in real time outside the window while flying from London to China. Previously, this type of footage was difficult to achieve due to the low-light performance drawbacks of most cameras, which is why most videos you see of the aurora […]

    Spotlight: Tim Kemple

    “I consider it my job to tell the story of courageous athletes who are willing to take on some of the most epic terrains in the world. But it’s more than that. It’s not just a job to me. It’s my life’s work and there isn’t any thing else that I’d rather do.” — Tim Kemple

    Improvised Lighting on a Mountain Face: Getting the Shot with Corey Rich

    In January 2015, two world-class rock climbers achieved a first for their sport: a free ascent of the Dawn Wall of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. The news of Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson’s ascent captivated a global audience, largely thanks to the stunning imagery that was being captured live from the side of […]

    Picturing Your Meal

    Discover the best way to photograph your next exquisite meal with these tips from food photographer, Daniel Krieger.

    Beyond Urban Glare

    Amateur stargazers don’t need to invest in expensive equipment to make the most of a night sky, simply find a safe location away from city lights. Astrophysicist, Paul Robinson, provides tips on how you can find incredible stargazing opportunities. For more information, visit LandRoverUSA.com/undiscovered

    Tools of the Dark Arts

    Photographer, Forest Woodward, discusses the necessities of successful low-light and night shooting of stunning imagery. For more information, visit LandRoverUSA.com/undiscovered

    Shooting Two Worlds

    Photographer Owen Perry describes the process you should take when setting out on an exploration to capture extraordinarily rare photos. For more information, visit http://LandRoverUSA.com/undiscovered

    Clark Little on staring down shorebreak for the perfect shot

    “Getting tossed around by shorebreak and slammed into the sand day after day is a rough go; Clark Little wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, for the North Shore local, it’s all in a good day’s work. But the Waimea addict didn’t grow up snapping shots with his father’s camera like so many […]

    A fast, sound boat

    Kayak builder and wilderness photographer Kiliii Fish explains the importance of getting out and being a part of the natural world. For more information, visit http://LandRoverUSA.com/undiscovered

    Glowing Waters

    Watch as adventurous photographer Owen Perry follows his curiosity out to the Pacific Northwest to capture the natural phenomenon of bioluminescence. Owen is joined by Marine Biologist, Mariana Fuentes to explain the science of bioluminescence and Kiliii Fish, a Kayak Builder & Wilderness Photographer, who guides the group to capture the perfect shot. Due to […]

    Faces of Nepal

    “The beauty of the Nepali people shown through an array of video portraits. These type of portraits involve a certain amount of trust between those being filmed and the filmmaker. Such portraits bring an intimate and human perspective towards complete strangers.” Directed, Edited, and Filmed by Jeremy Snell

    The American Dream

    “Once we went over that fence, our trip through America began.”

    Weekly Photo Assignment: Red Adventure

    Show us your best ‘Red Adventure’ shots and hashtag them #RedAdventure to win Adventure.com swag!

    Sardine Wave in Cebu

    A spectacular wave formation made by a million schooling sardines.

    20 Unique Signs Spotted Around the World

    From road signs along highways to warnings in national parks, the world is full of signs that are witty, confusing, and sometimes even snarky.

    Classic Wood Prints

    Classic Wood Prints is a new art form that is a unique blend of wood working and photography.