The Adventure School isn’t just about photography and lighting skills. It is also a course on what it takes to come back with really incredible images and how far you have to push to make an image that stands out from the millions of other images already out there.
The Adventure School is meant for any photographer, whether a beginner or a seasoned pro looking to push their work to a higher level. Even if you aren’t an adventure sports photographer, many of the techniques and tutorials will be applicable and relevant to your work.
We invite you to dive in, explore all that’s possible and start dreaming about your next epic photo adventure.
Photographing Rock Climbing
Join Michael Clark on a rock climbing photo shoot in Rifle Mountain Park, Colorado with professional climbers Delaney Miller and Ben Rueck. In this 2-part guide, Michael will walk you through the gear he brought and used for the photo shoot, including his lighting and photo gear, as well as his climbing equipment.
Photographing Whitewater Kayaking
Join Michael Clark as he takes us into the world of whitewater kayaking as he works on the launch campaign for the Elinchrom ELB 1200. Michael Clark worked with world-class Red Bull whitewater kayaker Rafa Ortiz alongside Rush Sturges and Liam Field to create the award-winning “Lighting the Spirit” campaign at Spirit Falls on the Little White Salmon River near White Salmon, Washington.
The Evolution of Adventure Sports Photography
In this interview, Michael Clark sits down with Rob Haggart, former photo editor for Outside Magazine and Men’s Journal as well as the creator of APhotoEditor.com. The interview covers numerous topics exploring the evolution of the adventure sports photography world and Rob’s role helping adventure photographers take their work to the next level.