Passed Time by RyanDyar

Namibia Untamed
Northern Lights Finale – With Arild Heitmann
Processing Tutorial Videos
Processing Instruction via Skype

As my whirlwind year of 2015 rapidly comes to a close, I’ve already got my sights set on 2016. Big trips back to Norway with my homies Arild and Stian of LofotenTours, two back to back trips to Namibia to work with the Squiver team, Iceland with my wife and great friends, and Alaska for some off-roading adventure. It’s going to be a fantastic year, but the thing I’m stoked on most isn’t the locations… it’s the people I get to share them with. I get just as (if not more) excited about spending the time with friends as I do the actual shooting.

Marcel Van Oosten was kind enough to honor me with the privilege to lead a tour to Namibia for him next year… I’m guaranteeing it will be epic. Also my good friend Arild Heitmann and I will be leading another crazy tour next March to shoot the Lofoten Islands… it’s always a successful trip. Check out the links above for all the info you need!

Happy Holidays everyone.

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Morning on the Owens by MitchDerr

A landscape rendition of my morning on the Owens. I have to say, the Eastern Sierra’s is an amazing area.

One exposure using Lightroom, CC 2014, Tony Kuyper’s action panel and Lumenzia.

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Waking up for that next Black Friday discount… or waking up with your friends in the Mountains. Anyone choosing to #OptOutside this Black Friday?
I am heading to the Eastern Sierras.. maybe see you there. #sponsored

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The Low View by WaynePinkston

This is Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills of California, a common spot for photographers. I decided to give this site a try at night, and while working another photographer walked up named John. We had an enjoyable night shooting, and then he climbed down into a cleft in the rocks and took some photos, and suggested I do the same. You can see the edge of the cleft in the bottom middle of the photo. It seemed a strange angle, but when i climber down into the fissure, it was a good angle. With the tripod straddling the fissure I got a couple of good shots. Thanks John!

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Alabama Hills Natural Arch by JohannesOehl

The Alabama Hills Natural Arch is also known as Mobius Arch and can be found near to Lone Pine, CA, where a lots of Western were made. Through the arch you can see Mount Whitney. which is at an elevation of 14,497 feet (4421m) the highest point in the contiguous U.S.

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