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August 05, 2017

Once again we head to Ekstremsport Veko, Voss, Norway, for seven days of shooting top athletes and multiple different adrenaline driven sports.

It’s hard not to soak up the atmosphere of adrenaline pumped athletes during this festival. High energy, Huge smiles, and fist pumps make the extreme sports photography a blast. The main driver of this week for me is having an opportunity to take 1000’s of images throughout the week and push my own photography. With more action sport then you can consume and be surrounded by a lot of great photographers, assessing the day's images and heading back out to get better shots (albeit after a couple brews), makes this week one to put in the calendar.

Check out the video for the week-long action of extreme sports photography.

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Cheers,

Carl


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