Month: May 2020

Peter Latham brings New Zealand’s landscapes to your home

Peter Latham is a fine art landscape photographer from New Zealand who captures his country’s epic scenery in incredible detail. His photographs can be seen in private and corporate collections around the world, as well as, more recently, New Zealand’s Auckland International Airport.   I’ve loved photography from a young age, back when we processed film the old-fashioned way and it all felt magical. I fell for it immediately. But my first real foray into photography happened in my 20s. I had quit my job at a camera store and decided to cycle for 5 months around New Zealand’s South Island, bringing along as much camera equipment as I could carry, i.e. a Bronica ETRS 120. Two years later I started a tour around the globe as a photographer, aboard 17 different cruise ships. On one of these cruise ships we got an Epson 7600 (24”) printer. We were shooting everything on film, scanning 8×10 studio portraits and printing them onto canvas. I was so impressed by the process that when I gave up ship …

Finding your story with the XT Camera System: Andrew Ling in Alaska

When we created the XT Camera System, we imagined it travelling to some of the rarest and most remote destinations on Earth, at the side of adventurous photographers. So when we heard Andrew Ling was taking the XT to Alaska, we felt it was like a dream come true. Andrew Ling is a travel photographer and creative producer based in Seattle, Washington. He likes to venture out in the wilderness and get himself in trouble, because that’s what keeps him and his creativity alive, bringing him in front of some of the most spectacular landscapes in the world. Andrew didn’t always know he’d be a photographer and adventurer. He has a degree in Marketing, and grew up thinking he would end up in managing a business. However, his love for the outdoors slowly took over, until someone from Adobe noticed the pictures he’d been taking on his trips and sent him to Patagonia to visually document climate change. That was the point of no return for Andrew. Today, he works with brands like Adidas, the …