Enter to Win: Lomography Camera + Peak Design Bag

Lomography Fisheye Camera and Peak Design Sling Bag – A dynamic duo for capturing the moment on your next adventure! To enter to win the Lomography Fisheye No. 2 Caspian camera, Peak Design Everyday Sling bag…

Gifts for Adventurous Photographers

The Farm/Art Dtour: A Midwest Gem

Driving through the Midwest can often be a drag. Nothing but corn fields and the occasional farm animal. Except there’s so much more to that when you stop and dig a little deeper.  That’s exactly…

Recharged: Why Being Disconnected Is the Best Way to Connect

It was the last day of summer with rain in the forecast for the changing season, but the two-hour ferry wait was proof that many of us had the same goal to get out of…

Effective Altruism: How to Support Sustainability, While Still Enjoying Nature

Johnie Gall “Dirtbag Darling” interviewed by Laura Visconti Q: Can you walk us through a day-in-the-life? Where in the world are you today? A: I am perpetually bouncing around the country for work, but right now…

Let The Music Play: Celebrating Seattle’s Iconic Venues

With a rich musical history spanning from the early 1900’s to the present time, Seattle is a music city through and through. It may be the most musically rich city in the country per capita…

Lucky Shot: Interview With COOPH Photographer Craig Semetko

Craig Semetko started traveling the world as a performer and comedy writer. Working for some of today’s largest corporations, Semetko found himself in a number of far-flung locals and decided on a whim to start…

Photo Recap: Timber! Outdoor Music Festival

If you’ve ever been to a music festival and thought, “Wow this is way too crowded and intense and loud,” you might be the perfect patron of the Timber! Outdoor Music Festival, now going on…

Get Away: 5 Epic Northwest Camping Spots

With summer in full swing, many outdoor enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest are planning their warm weather adventures. The PNW is world renowned for its abundance of outdoor recreation, awe-inspiring nature, and long warm summer…

Print Ain’t Dead: How To Make Your First Zine

As the digital world has continued to be the outlet for which most creative output as delivered more and more creatives have looked for ways to make art in analog formats. From a resurgence of…

Go Back in Time for a Behind the Scenes Look: Perpetual Motion in Baja Norte

Fact: Not one person throughout history enjoys sitting through a slideshow of someone else’s vacation. Which is essentially what “behind the scenes” parallels. So instead of me boring you with a timeline of events, which…

In an Instant: Austin Santiago’s Lomography Experience

Now every phone can take pretty good photos, but it’s easy for the feeling of the moment to get lost when it stays in a digital medium. There’s been a recent resurgence of instant film…

In an Instant: Mickey Alice’s Lomography Experience

It’s not often you meet a taxidermist. Let alone one who lives in Chicago, teaches pop-up taxidermy classes for beginners, and also makes custom jewelry and lapel pins. Needless to say, Mickey Alice Kwapis is…

Fleeting Moments: Tofino Photographer Kyler Vos on Shooting Wildlife, Nature and Surfing

If “right place, right time” are two of the main ingredients for a great photo, then photographer Kyler Vos has a leg up. After growing up in the small Vancouver Island town of Port Alberni, Kyler made the move West, down the highway to the even smaller coastal community of Tofino

In Focus: 5 Tips from Andrew Kearns for Shooting Better Phone Photos

From tracking your location and ordering food with touch of a finger, to shooting RAW photos and 4K video, smartphones are more powerful than ever. With this photographic and filming potential, smartphones are quickly becoming…