The New York Times travel section featured the work of Aurora photographer Caleb Kenna. Kenna had the cover of the section as well as eight photos inside. He shot the photographs in Vermont for a story about Norman Rockwell’s New England.
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To see more work by Caleb Kenna, visit the Aurora Photos website here
Powder Magazine recently released a “Behind the Cover” video of Aurora photographer Adam Clark, who shot the cover of the November issue of the publication. This is the fifth time Clark’s work has been featured on the cover, and he talks about his work in the video, describing his dream working conditions and locations.
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To view more of Adam Clark’s photography, visit the Aurora Photos website here
“Most travelers and outdoor photographers are familiar with famed National Parks around southern Utah, including Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef. Zion National Park is particularly heavily trafficked in the front country where some interesting formations and massive cliffs exist. The area is really known for its slot canyons in the backcountry, or something in-between a large canyon and a slot, such as the The Narrows. While visitors can simply start walking up the river (which takes up much of the width of the canyon) where it enters the front country, a great one or two-day hike can be had by hiking down the long canyons after being dropped off in the backcountry. I was hiking with a few friends and the huge red rock of the canyon walls makes for some pretty dramatic scenery. The trail crosses the river time after time, and I had my friend stop at one of these crossings and hold very still. On a tripod, I could allow a longer shutter speed to force the water to flow in the image, and if she remained very still, then she also remained sharp in the image. The human element, I felt, gave the image a sense of scale and also makes people realize that they too can go enjoy some great outdoors in southern Utah.” –Joel Addams
To view more images by Joel, click here.
To view more images by Whit Richardson, click here.
To view more images by Sasha Maslov, click here.