I’m not usually a sports shooter, so when the infrequent athletics assignment comes up, I strive for imagery that’s less than a literal account of the event and go for more suggestive compositions.
On a recent six-day backpacking trip into Wyoming’s Wind River Range, I decided it was time to change my usual camera kit. Walking for six days at over 10,000 ft with two climbs above 11,000 ft had this sea-level photographer worried about the weight on his back. So instead of my usual Nikon D800, I decided to take the FujiFilm XE-1.» Read other blog posts
Brett is an editorial, commercial, and fine art photographer based in Middlebury, Vermont.
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