INSIDE OUR NEXT ISSUE …
New Zealand–based photographer Mark Watson is currently in the midst of a three-year journey cycling the length of the Americas. From the Arctic coast of Alaska to the southernmost tip of Argentina, Mark and his partner will cover over 35,000km, and he’s creating breathtaking travel, landscape, cultural, and lifestyle imagery as he goes. We catch up with the hard-travelling cyclist mid odyssey to discuss the pleasures and pitfalls of such a momentous trek. Digital artist extraordinaire Gee Greenslade teaches us how to push the barriers of photography through digital manipulation. An unapologetic adoptee of technological advancement, the award-winning Australian photographer creates illustrative masterpieces that run the gamut from wryly charming to strikingly provocative. Anyone looking to up their digital-imaging game won’t want to miss this.
MARK WATSON, GREAT DIVIDE MOUNTAIN BIKE ROUTE, WYOMING, USA, SONY a7R I I , 50MM, 1/ 250S, F/8, ISO 1250
GEE GREENSLADE, NIKON D800, 50MM, 1/ 125S, F/8, ISO 100