Out for an adventure this summer? We’d love to tag along and capture your experience through photographs. Wether is for commercial purposes or your own personal documentation we’d be honored to be the flies on the wall (or in the sand)!
Feel free to reach out anytime and we’ll be happy to let you know how we can help you out with some photography; it’s what we do.
It seems as though 2017 is shaping up to be the year of women getting after it outdoors. We are huge fans of that over here at Austin Vivid Photography! As a matter of fact if you are planning a trip big or small you should consider having it documented through photography. You can sit back and enjoy the adventure and in the end will come out will some stellar images to help tell your story.
Whether you’re going solo or with your crew, if your taking on an epic camping adventure or even just a hike in your local trails, Sally and I would love to capture it all. Feel free to reach out to us and see how we can help.
It’s always fun to set the shutter really fast to freeze water or to slow the shutter down to give it the nice fluid motion feel.
Here I decided to slow it down quite a bit to try and show the power of the flowing water while the kayaker surfed the swell on this river rapid. I’m pleased with the calm and contrasting energy that this captured.
But to say that the race is the metaphor for the life is to miss the point. The race is everything. It obliterates whatever isn’t racing. Life is the metaphor for the race.
– Donald Antrim
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I would be super stoked if I could get some votes on this photo for a contest based on, well pretty much how many votes you can get. I would win a sweet photography trip. And then hopefully take even more photos of…you guessed it, folks on bikes! Please vote for this photo and share on your page. Thanks!
Here’s where you VOTE.
I wanted to share this photograph, not because it’s a good photo (in fact there are a handful of things I could have done to improve it) but because it reminds me of a time and place where I captured it. It reminds me of being in the cramped back of a hotel in Jackson Hole while hanging with an amazing North Face photographer, Lucas Gilman, an inspirational photo editor for the National Geographic, Sadie Quarrier and a bunch of rad photographers that became friends. We were all going on way too little sleep, working our butts off and loving every minute of it.