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…

Eye on the Streets: Windy City Photography with Andrew Glatt

The thing about street photography is you can’t plan it. There are no poses, stylists or do-overs, you have to be ready. The best moments are just that—moments. As a photographer, you need to be…

Travel Bug: Our Favorite Globe-Trotting Instagrammers

It’s easy to go down a wormhole on Instagram. One second you’re researching locations for a potential vacation, the next you’re watching videos of dogs surfing. It happens quickly. But for every useless, time-sucking wormhole,…

Model, Artist, Everyday Kiddo

It’s easy to base the perception of a person solely on their social media feed. From exotic travel, fine dining and glamorous fashion, a lot can be done to curate a specific image. And while…

That’s a Wrap: The Top 10 Journal Entries from 2017

Between joining our friends on some great trips, learning about and visiting new places, getting to interview some very interesting people and opening three stores, 2017 has been a big year for Wayward. Through all…

Check the Feed: 5 Instagram Accounts Worth Following This Winter

Having been around for a good seven years now, Instagram has transformed the way we think about photography and photographers. From food photos, dogs in costumes, hilarious memes and the quintessential outdoor shot, people have…

Seven Gifts for Capturing the Moment

Whether shooting through a smartphone, high-end DSLR or analog film camera, people are documenting life more rapidly than ever. With this increased interest in photography, more people are developing an “eye” for the shot and…

Frameworthy – 10 Years of CHBP Coverage with Photographer Jim Bennett

Sometimes you see them, sometimes you don’t. They’re buried deep in the crowd, in the middle of the action, dressed in black, camera in hand at all times. An unsung hero of the night, the…

Frameworthy – Travis Gillett Talks Ushering Filson into a Modern Age

Filson is a heritage brand whose no-nonsense and durable manufacturing is unrivaled in the outdoor industry. True grit and unwavering ethos have helped Filson become the gear of choice for many of today’s most rugged…

Women In The Field-Meg Haywood Sullivan

Meg Haywood Sullivan is an East Coast native and third generation photographer who has traveled the world shooting awe-inspiring outdoor, lifestyle and action photos. Cutting her teeth in the backcountry amongst the mountains in the…

An Instamatic Account of Treefort Music Festival

If Boise, Idaho is a foreign locale to you, the idea of a growing music festival and an abundance of booming venues might seem odd at first. As it turns out, Boise is a hidden…