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Tanner Wendell - Travel Photography for Filson

Tanner Wendell Stewart is a Seattle-based Emmy Award winning photographer, born and raised in the small town of Enterprise, Oregon. He moved to Seattle in 2006 to more fervently pursue a career in photography, but the years spent among open plains, pristine lakes, and stitch-work mountain ridges, alongside his small community of friends in Enterprise developed in Tanner a love for capturing the beauty of nature, and a deep appreciation for the warmth of people and the value of relationships. It is these things that he tries to capture in every frame.

Tanner Wendell - Travel Photography for Filson

 

Over the last three months, I have taken my Filson ge­ar around the world. I started on my first adventure in Yosemite National Park, three wee...

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Cevoli_FilsonLife_15Photography by Michael Cevoli. Michael is a commercial and documentary photographer. A graduate with honors of both the bachelor’s and the master’s program at the Rhode Island School of Design, he lives in southern New England.  Words by Grant Smith. Born in Butte, Montana, raised in the prairies nearConrad, Montana, and pursued his secondary education in Rhode Island. Hehas worked as a small-town newspaper editor, a commercial fisherman, and afarm hand. Mike Cevoli and I have always embraced the harsher aspects of life. This shared pursuit of adversity formed our friendship. During late night conversations in dank Rhode Island bars we bonded over tales of personal failures and shared anecdo...Read More
http://circa1983.ca/CIRCA 1983 is Owen Perry, a Canadian interactive designer and photographer by trade. Specializing in landscape and travel photography, Owen wants to create a sense of wonder about the natural world through a unique photographic editing style. His primary influences are the nostalgic qualities of film and Canadian cultural narratives owed to the Group of Seven, National Film Board of Canada (NFB), Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), The Nature of Things, and National Geographic. In the latest Filson Life, join Owen as he hits the road solo through the wild country of Northern British Columbia and the Yukon.  

"Even in the mind of the most sophisticated urbanite, Canada is first of all a c...

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AEV-Filson-FieldGuide-Fishing-HeaderWith sparse deserts and plains, sprawling coastal tidelands, and the only temperate rainforest in the contiguous United States, Washington is home to one of the most diverse climates of any state. For any sportsman or woman this translates to endless outdoor possibilities. A 3-hour drive from the Filson Headquarters in Seattle will put you knee-deep in slate gray water throwing flies for Steelhead, forging through a marsh with duck decoys in hand, or hiking along a basalt-rimmed plateau behind working dogs with a side-by-side. Throw your Waders, Tin Cloth Pants, and an Alaskan Guide Shirt or two in your duffle and hit the road in the AEV Filson Edition Wrangler with our Field Guide to Washin...Read More
DuckHunt-FieldGuideCoverImageWith sparse deserts and plains, sprawling coastal tidelands, and the only temperate rainforest in the contiguous United States, Washington is home to one of the most diverse climates of any state. For any sportsman or woman this translates to endless outdoor possibilities. A 3-hour drive from the Filson Headquarters in Seattle will put you knee-deep in slate-gray water throwing dry flies for Steelhead, forging through a marsh with duck decoys in hand, or hiking along a basalt-rimmed plateau behind working dogs with a side-by-side. Throw your Waders, Tin Cloth Pants, and an Alaskan Guide Shirt or two in your duffle and hit the road in the AEV Filson Edition Wrangler with our Field Guide to Wa...Read More
OlympicCamping-Filson-TravisGillett-47Washington Trails Association is a member-supported nonprofit that works to protect trails and promote hiking in Washington through volunteer trail maintenance, education and advocacy, and inspiring the next generation of hikers. Learn more at wta.org. Labor Day weekend is past and the days are getting shorter, so it may seem like prime hiking season is drawing to a close. But photos in recent trip reports on wta.org are featuring vivid orange and red leaves, a sure sign that many hikers’ favorite season is just beginning. With cooler temperatures, fewer bugs, and plenty of juicy berries, fall on Washington’s hiking trails can be the best season of all. Before the snows fly and the rugged ba...Read More
Intro-Photo The massive trout rose gently from a deep shadow between the boulders. A muscular shimmer in the green water. It seemed unconcerned with the unusual strength of the tiny nymph in its jaws which dragged it slowly towards the surface. For a split-second the three of us froze. Then the size of the fish registered and our hearts kicked into high gear as the adrenaline coursed through our veins. I snapped into action, bolting for my camera and net which lay just a few feet behind us. Maybe, just maybe, we could net the monster before he realized how steeply the odds were stacked in his favor. Camera and net in hand I turned to sprint to the edge of the pool only to find Joseph with his head down...Read More
PhilipAndersonEdsel_Filson-7Amidst the vast, monochromatic plains of West Texas, there rises up from of the arid earth a mountain range, seemingly out of nowhere. The Guadalupe Mountains span the border of New Mexico and Texas, and are home to one of the largest underground caverns in America, as well as the tallest peak in Texas. Photographer and musician Philip Anderson Edsel left Austin with his bandmate and best friend since college (also named Austin), with a mission: to travel from the bottom of Carlsbad Caverns (over 6,500 ft. below the earth’s surface) to the top of Guadalupe Peak (nearly 8,800 ft. in elevation) in one weekend. PhilipAndersonEdsel_Filson-1 The sun rose quickly at our backs as we headed west, spurred on by a new adventure’...Read More
_46C7515Sinuhe Xavier is a commercial photographer and director invited to join the Director's Guild of America in 2008. When he is not telling stories for his advertising clients he can be found as the creative director for Overland Journal or behind the wheel of his 1962 Land Rover Series IIa mapping remote routes across Utah. There is something strangely familiar about the rural areas of Northern Baja California. The landscape isn’t much different than Southern California, outside of Tijuana and Ensenada it remains largely unchanged from when the missionaries established the first communities along El Camino Real in the late 1700’s. Sure, there is sprawl around the small hamlets and the farms hav...Read More
Filson 1.jpgCamping in Texas is like camping in the fiery furnace of hell. Scorpions, spiders, red ants and mysterious creatures of the sky that appear as the sun drifts off to the edge of the horizon. The stars out here will literally take your breath away. They may also shut you up or make you think about things you’ve been needing to think about.Filson Landscape-3.jpgExploring-6.jpgProcessed with VSCOcam with p5 presetFilson Life Film-11.jpgFilson Life - Asher Moss - DuffleDuring the day temperatures would reach over 100 degrees and consuming gallons of water is the only way to stay hydrated, especially when hiking up and down the mountains and caves here. We spent four days exploring and taking photos of our adventures. Every night we would hike up the huge rock behind our campsite and lay on the granite, still hot from the su...Read More

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