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Photo of the Day | Mariann Saether

February 2, 2015

The last few action sports photos of the day have been pretty artsy. Todays is just straight up tight action. Sometimes times it is all that is needed, especially when that athlete is going big. And for this one, Mariann Saether is going massive. When covering events like the Whitewater Grand Prix, I will often […]

Photo of the Day | Rush Sturges

January 31, 2015

Todays photo of the day is a slow shutter. It is all about the motion and driven by the vision to do something different. It was captured during the the 2014 Whitewater Grand Prix at Black Mass. Typically when I am shooting slow shutters in kayaking I will shoot pretty wide as it increases the […]

Photo of the Day | Nick Troutman

January 29, 2015

A great action sports picture doesn’t always have to happen at peak action. In todays photo of the day, Nick Troutman finds himself in-between to big drops. What made the photo for me, is the cleanness of the background. It allows for great separation between my subject and background. Other strength of the photograph is […]

Red Bull First Descent Michoacan

March 16, 2014

When professional kayaker Joel Kowalski and I got together to tell me about his plan to kayak in Michoacan Mexico I was pretty excited. Joel showed me rivers on Google Earth that looked to have amazing potential, and no one had ever kayaked them before. I got home and started researching the area immediately and […]

Trip Report – Kayaking the Rouge River

September 12, 2013

A group of paddlers and I set out for a high water decent of the Rouge River in Quebec. We where after a set of waterfalls called the 7 Sisters. Most people run this sections between 25-35cms. We put on about about 38cms for some high water challenge during this dark, wet day. We had […]

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