photographer: Jimmy Chin (@jimmy_chin)
comment: a picture short for Canon US as part of the. The unknown mountain is captured lid by the moon light and this confirms that photography is all about the light and the moment.
photographer: Kevin Troutman (@kevintroutman)
comment: a picture short for Red Bull. It features the runner Rayan Sandes in the mountains. Kevin breaks the basic rules for composition but in the same time he plays very well with the color contrast to create separation btw. several layers. The green for the foreground, the orange for the runner to stand out in front of the blueish-white mountain. In the same time there is sufficient empty space in front of the runner giving some kind of direction for the action and the observers naturally can imagine what will happen next.
photographer: Ramtin Kazemi (@ramtin.kazemi.photogrpahy)
comment: there is always something super magical about the green light of Aurora Borealis. Ramtin is less known adventure photographer who chases the light whenever he is out there. This picture was used by "Travel Yukon" to promote Tumbstone, Canada. I love how he managed to blend in several shorts the green reflection of the Aurora in the water as well as in the sky. Sure, he used several shots that were stacked on top of each other, but he kept one basic rule. "keep it as natural as possible". There is always slight line btw. overdoing it and just fine polishing.
photographer: Roman K. (@rowmeyn)
comment: a picture was reposted by Sony Alpha in the last week. It shows Roman's camp on an altitude of 5800m in Himalaya mountain, Nepal. The layers created by the dark foreground where he is located and his tent together with the big peaks on his back lead the imagination of the viewer. It shares with easy the hostility of the place as well as the raw beauty of the mountain.
photographer: Chase Jarvis (@chasejarvis)
comment: the legendary Seattle based photographer Chase Jarvis is on an adventure in Mt. Kilimanjar, Tanzania. The picture is shot at altitude of approximately 4800m. I like how he plays with the blue and gold color. This picture appears to be shot by his mobile phone and this only proofs "the best camera is the one that is always with you"