Produced photography and writing for a variety of magazines: Backpacker, Men's Journal, National Geographic, Patagonia, Black Diamond, Outdoor Photographer, Photo Life, National Geographic television, Newsweek, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Vertical, People, Outside, Explore, National Film Board of Canada, BBC, Red Bull, Outdoor Life Network, Foster Parents Plan International (volunteer), Canadian Business, National Geographic Adventure, Ski Canada, Mcleans and Sports Illustrated.
John Shaw Photography John has been a professional nature photographer since the early 1970s. His work has been published in many publications and books, including National Geographic, Nature's Best, National Wildlife, Audubon, Outdoor Photographer, and many others. In 1997 he received the first-ever Outstanding Photographer Award given by NANPA (North American Nature Photography Association). Nikon chose him as a featured Legend Behind the Lens in 2002, while Microsoft designated him an…
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Stoked to be at Patagonia Seattle tomorrow for the Torpedo People tour with the rest of the bodysurf crew.We will be showing the Come Hell or High Water bodysurf film and signing Torpedo People books. Come by and get a copy!Patagonia
Photos by Elizabeth McDonnell Photography, edited with Mastin Labs Fuji 400H preset + all soft to emulate film. She photographed this portrait during the golden hour, when the sunlight is softer and at a more lateral angle than overhead, mid-day, when light is more harsh. She exposed for the shadows so that they're fully illuminated and used the Fuji 400H preset, which works well with brightly exposed photos because the actual film it emulates works well with lots of light.