Pushing the Limits: How to Make it in Adventure Photography
Learn how World Class Adventure Photographer Michael Clark…
…got into outdoor adventure photography, the dangers involved in this genre, his career trajectory, how to make a living in the genre and how new and evolving technology is making it easier to push the limits in this genre.
Michael Clark Parkour shooting demo at ProFusion Expo 2015
Leaving behind a career as a Physicist to pursue his passion for adventure & photography, internationally published outdoor photographer Michael Clark recently sat down with Vistek to talk about his photographic style, his gear and share some tips on how you can become a better adventure photographer.
Michael Clark is a regular contributor to National Geographic Magazine, National Geographic Adventure, Sports Illustrated, Outside, Men’s Journal, Backpacker, Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photo Pro, Climbing, Alpinist, Rock and Ice, Bike Magazine and The New York Times among many others.
His clients have included: Nike, Nikon, Adobe, Red Bull, Patagonia, Propel/Gatorade, Pfizer, DuPont, 20th Century Fox, Black Diamond, Cloudveil, Prana, Arc’teryx, Camelbak, La Sportiva, Gregory Packs, and Butterfield & Robinson.
To see more of Michael Clarks photography visit his website: www.michaelclarkphoto.com/
Don’t have time to watch the video? Why not listen to the webcast on Soundcloud instead?
Originally published at Pro Photo Blog.