Airstream Living in North America
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Ever wonder what Airstream living in North America is like? Allow me to preface that it’s not all rainbows and unicorns. Like that time we spent the night stuck in a muddy, roadside ditch. Someday I’ll post photos of all the bad days, in the meantime I hope you enjoy this gallery of good days.

How to Photograph Colorado’s Best Landscapes
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Colorado. Where else can you hike to a 12,000-foot hut one morning, take an 1800’s-era steam-powered train the next, and ply the sheer vertical cliffs of purple-hued mountains the day after?

Fujifilm X-E3: First Look
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ShareTweetSubscribe Seth’s email dispatches Yesterday the long anticipated Fujifilm X-E3 mirrorless camera was announced. What’s so special about this camera? Luckily I was able to get my hands on a pre-release model to find out! In the video above I take … Read More

Giant Sequoia – framed photo giveaway!
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There are few things that I can say have enriched my life more throughout the years than public lands. Living out West, I have spent countless days exploring and admiring these natural wonders. They provide so much beauty and photographic … Read More

Labrador, Canada. As far north as we could go!
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If you point your vehicle northeast and continue driving for days on end, eventually you will end up here…. In this vlog (above) my wife and I arrive in Labrador, Canada by way of the Newfoundland Coast and a ferry ride across … Read More

Backpacking Gros Morne National Park
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The Long Range Traverse in Gros Morne National ParkThis adventure is not meant for sissies. That means that I barely qualified. Backpacking the Long Range Traverse in Gros Morne National Park is an experience like no other. The views from above … Read More

2016 Road Trip Highlights
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For most of my life I overlooked the simple act of reflection, but lately I’ve had a lot more life in my years to reflect on. That’s a good thing.

My Wilderness Photo Kit
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54SHARESShareTweetSubscribe Seth’s email dispatches I alluded to my wilderness photo kit in my vlog up above, Wilderness Camping Part 1 (in Gros Morne National Park). In the vlog I share an up close look at prepping and packing essential items for a 5 day … Read More

A Tour of Tiny Houses
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In this VLOG I take a tiny house tour of the contemporary artist retreats on the remote, photogenic landscape of Fogo Island. All of these tiny houses are off-grid, solar powered hermitages that require walk-in access by way of narrow … Read More

Hanging around St. John’s, NL
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In this VLOG I explore Jellybean Row and Signal Hill while visiting St. John’s, Newfoundland in the summertime. St. John’s is the eastern most city in North America and it is one of the earliest European settlements dating back to … Read More

Drone fail in St. John’s, NL
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Occasionally in life we are met with a series of defeats or challenges in rapid succession. They can emerge out of nowhere and I’ve found that they typically come in bursts of three. Don’t ask me why. Sometimes sh!t just … Read More

Trinity Bay, Newfoundland: A Snapshot
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The historic town of Trinity, Newfoundland was one of my favorite stops while visiting the island with my Airstream trailer in August, 2016. This video snapshot shows a quick glimpse into why. The rural community is steeped in colorful maritime … Read More

RV Living Full Time: A Day in the Life
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My wife and I are travelers and adventure junkies at heart. Many people ask me what it’s like living, working and traveling full time with an Airstream trailer. Well, this VLOG is for you! I decided to start sharing some of our day to day … Read More

Extreme Bay of Fundy tides
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The Bay of Fundy has the largest tidal range in the world. Every six hours the tide can swing up to 50 vertical feet exposing or submerging large fields of mud and rocks. While traveling through New Brunswick and Nova … Read More

Exploring Acadia National Park, Maine
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While visiting Acadia National Park last June – my friends and I hit some its highlights by going sea kayaking in Bar Harbor, hiking on the Beehive Trail and then driving up Cadillac Mountain at sunset! I made a video VLOG so that others … Read More

The Portland Head Lighthouse
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My very FIRST TRAVEL VLOG! Shot on location in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. I decided to start sharing some day to day experiences so that people can see what goes on behind the scenes of my photographs. This is not a vacation. This is a … Read More

DJI Phantom 4: Unboxing and first flight footage
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In this video I share my DJI Phantom 4 Unboxing and first flight footage from the Atlantic Coast in rural Maine. The Phantom 4 quadcopter is the latest model UAV drone by DJI. It is capable of recording 4K video … Read More

Fujifilm X-T1 Video: How to shoot the best quality
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The Fujifilm X-T1 video feature is often overlooked. For many years X-T1 was Fujifilm’s top dawg in the high-end, mirrorless camera market. It features a weather sealed body, robust autofocus, analog dials, superb image quality and brilliant color rendition. It’s been highly regarded as a … Read More

The Fujifilm X-Pro2 Hybrid Viewfinder
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In this video I take the Fujifilm X-Pro2 hybrid viewfinder for a hike to a scenic waterfall. It proves to be a beautiful location to demonstrate this unique standout feature on Fujifilm’s best rangefinder camera. They hybrid viewfinder is both an optical … Read More

Saw and Mitre: An artisan collaboration
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It feels good to support small businesses who offer quality products that are made in the USA. That’s why I am proud to announce an artisan collaboration with the folks over at Saw and Mitre Frame Company. David Rathbone, adventurer and … Read More

The Fujifilm X-T10: first impressions
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It’s true, most professional travel and action photographers use a DSLR camera. It should be a hefty black brick with a formidable lens on the front because let’s face it, when you’re a serious photographer you don’t mess around with any of those smaller “toy” cameras, right? … Read More

Published work: Alaska magazine photo story
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Alaska magazine photo story and cover Do what you love. If you embark on a personal project that truly interests you and stretches your limits – your passion and energy will shine through and good things will happen! That was the case for … Read More

New book project in the works – The Road to Alaska
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This time a year ago I was driving across the Oregon/Washington border and steadily making my way north. My destination was Alaska and I spent the better part of three months there exploring its vast and incredible landscape. I’m thrilled to … Read More

Why I ditched my comfort zone
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I shot this selfie drone video (aka dronie) while camping in the Eastern Sierras with my wife to commemorate our one year anniversary of turning life upside down. I’ll tell you what I mean by that in a moment, but … Read More

Travel portraits of RV nomads
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This month out in the Anza Borrego desert east of San Diego, I steered myself into the middle of an impromptu gathering of full-time RV travelers. These were not natives of the region, but in fact they were quite the … Read More

5 steps to better night photography
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You’ve probably noticed the proliferation of night photography across all media channels, especially Facebook and Instagram. A new batch of camera sensors with excellent low-light capabilities have made night photography popular among amateurs and professionals alike. Night photography was very hard to do just … Read More

Yoga photography in Boulder, Colorado
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I’m super excited to be working with the folks at Velo Press in Boulder, Colorado. It’s always great to have an excuse to travel back to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. I flew out earlier in the week to shoot … Read More

Portrait from the Road: Tasha & Carley
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Dawson City, Yukon These two unlikely hitchhikers were stranded on a rather seedy and remote section of the Klondike Highway north of Whitehorse in the Yukon interior. With charm like this, how could we resist giving them a lift? We … Read More

Portrait from the Road: Jack
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Aguirre Springs Campground, New Mexico “I used to be a presidential bodyguard. Nixon, Ford, Johnson. Two tours in Vietnam. I’ve been rich more times than I can count, and I’ve pissed it all away. That’s okay, it was fun. I’ve … Read More

Published work: Backpacker gear guide photography
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Backpacker gear guide photography It has been an honor and a privilege to collaborate once again with the team at Backpacker magazine. We were buried in my Boulder studio for two weeks under a mountain of boots, pads, sleeping bags, water bottles and … Read More