The journey is the destination...
05'LJ 32x11.5r15BFG AT's; Old Man Emu Springs; OME Nitrocharger Sport Shocks
Gobi Ranger Rack; Custom Rear Drawer
Two wheel traveller - Four wheels in the future. My heart says Land Rover - My head says Land Cruiser
Learn Overland Travel Photography! www.motojournalism.com
Way Out West - Canada to the Darien Gap
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Last edited by FLYFISHEXPERT; 06-23-2011 at 09:24 PM.
+3 for Jimmy Chin. Awesome guy, solid work.
I'm developing an adventure portfolio - have several more expeditions planned in the coming year. Always on the lookout for a new adventure.
Here's a few of my favorites:
Michael Anderson (I think he's the BEST landscape photographer working today)
Whit Richardson (Moab area adventure photographer)
Royce Howland (nobody does landscape HDR better than Royce)
f-stop gear (They make the best photo backpacks on the market)
Acratech (Great ballheads for outdoor photographers)
Black Rapid (Comfortable, durable camera straps)
And finally, I hope this is okay, here's my website and blog:
Bret Edge Photography (building a whole new non-Flash website now that will launch in about 3 months)
Bret Edge Photography Blog
If you're ever in Moab, stop my gallery at 137 N. Main St. (The Edge Gallery) and introduce yourself. I try to always keep a couple cold beers in the fridge to share w/ new and old friends who stop to say hi and chat.
Jimmy Chin is amazing. So is Guy Tal, his story even more-so. I got to know him this past May, we both taught workshops at Bruce Hucko's Moab Photography Symposium (along with Tom Till and others... - always a great time every year).
I'm going to link to Clik Elite - the company that makes backpacks for Adventure Photographers..... top notch stuff. Room for gear. Room for jacket/sunscreen/hat/food..... imagine that! My *go to* pack is the Venture 35. I use the Hiker for longer trips or more gear (aluminum stays to help support the weight). I'm fortunate enough to do r&d for them..... and they are an amazing bunch - based out of St. George, Utah. Check them out. Highly recommended. I was on the eternal *search for the perfect pack* quest forever, until I discovered them.