Ice, ice, baby! Despite its name, Greenland is not even close to being green, especially in the winter when the country is largely covered in ice. In fact, 80% of its landmass is covered by the world’s second-largest ice sheet. Greenland is the place to go to photograph ice. There is not a day go by that you won’t encounter it in one of its forms, and the sheer scale of it is something you have to see to believe.
We've been following the work of Pennsylvania-based young photographer Sam Swartley for a while now and he was kind enough to give us a glimpse into his photography world. Read on to see what it's like to be a young photographer breaking into the scene.
Drones are one of the great inventions in the camera gear segment of the last decade has hit the consumer market. They offer plenty of opportunities to step up your photography game. Here are some reasons, why you should consider adding a drone to your photography gear.
Vallerret collaborator Peter Elliot takes a photographic journey through the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Like any good Scottish adventure, this trip featured impressive peaks, icy blue lakes and of course, the famously fickle Scottish weather. Check it out!
Bre Mirynech a winter loving adventurer seeker living in the heart of the Canadian Rockies who found out she had Raynaud's Disease, a disease that causes an interruption of blood flow to parts of the body, most commonly fingers and toes, due to smaller arteries narrowing that supply blood to your skin. As someone who loves winter sports and winter photography, she set out to find ways of coping with her new diagnosis.