Photography

Adventure Media Review, Art, Photography, Social Media / 26.03.2012

Every spring there’s an amazing display outside our bedroom window. As the weather gets warm after winter the magnolia tree our neighbors share explodes with bright pink blossoms. Hundreds of flowers the size of teacups cast a spectacular array of light and color that is precious to behold, because within a week or more each delicate petal will flutter to the ground and disappear, not to return for another year. My first instinct was to capture this ephemeral image in a photograph. Once adjusted for color, cropped and formatted...

Adventure Activism, Adventure Media Review, Breaking News, Charitable Giving, Kids in Nature, philanthropy, Photography / 19.03.2012

Almost a year ago a young man asked for my help. Christian Alvarado is an aspiring filmmaker, who dedicates his talents to taking pictures and creating videos that illustrate the importance of getting kids outdoors. But as any young person can appreciate the cost of purchasing the right camera equipment can be prohibitively expensive. So with the help of a few fans of the Joy Trip Project I put together a little campaign to raise some of the money he needed. And now I’m thrilled to say that...

Adventure Media Review, Breaking News, Examiner.com, Photography / 08.03.2012

  There are few natural phenomena more mysterious or spectacular than the northern lights. This unique astrological event also called the Aurora Borealis occurs when energy charged particles smack into atoms high up in the thermosphere. Caused primarily by solar flares cast off by the sun the Aurora Borealis creates a sky-scape display of pulsating light that is magical to watch. And tonight with decent camera equipment and some good advise amateur photographers as well as pros could take advantage of a rare northern lights opportunity. Today March 8, 2012...

Adventure Activism, Adventure Media Review, Environmental Journalism, Film preview, National Geographic, Photography / 14.02.2012

"Florian Schulz’s breathtaking and intimate photography of the Arctic shows us why this great and seemingly infinite land running away to the north remains one of our last true wild places." –Wade Davis, NGS Explorer-in-Residence In this extra large-format (15” x 10”) panoramic photo essay—the official companion book to the new IMAX® film To The Arctic 3D from Warner Bros. Pictures, MacGillivray Freeman Films and IMAX Corporation—award-winning nature photographer Florian Schulz takes readers on a personal journey to the remote-yet-vibrant Arctic. In contrast to the common perception of the Arctic...

#ORShow, #ORWinter, Adventure Activism, Adventure Media Review, Environmental Protection, Interview, National Parks, Photography, Podcast, Video / 10.02.2012

For most of his life wildlife photographer Florian Schulz has fought to protect the diversity of animals species around the world. Working in the most remote region of the planet he’s tracked and documented the wild birds of Mexico, big game animals of the African continent as well as the migratory patterns of caribou in the Alaskan Arctic. And it’s in this frozen region known for its vast featureless landscapes where Florian has followed and photographed the great Polar Bears of the northern hemisphere. Florian: It’s really a land of...