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Episode #89: Book Report

Book report time! In this episode, we are each sharing three books we’ve read recently as well as some Instagram accounts we are enjoying following. You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . Big thanks to our sponsors this week! Be sure to check out the offers from Agility, Bev, Modern Fertility and Magic Spoon! And if you’re ever looking for a sponsor code, you...
Tags: Utah, Podcast, Usa, Instagram, Matthew Mcconaughey, Obama, US, Gmo, Canada, Hillary Clinton, United States, Salt Lake City, Kardashian, Bob, Jeremy, John Legend


Zeiss Batis 40mm ƒ/2

If I shot full frame, I could be happy. Because there's this: Zeiss Batis 40mm ƒ/2 Zeiss was the first brand of cameras and lenses I developed brand loyalty to. I took my father's Zeiss Contaflex B to Europe on a Foreign Study League tour when I was 14. (They're no longer in business—I think they were based in Salt Lake.) It had a fixed 50mm ƒ/2.8 Tessar. The first camera I bought for myself was a Contax 139Q. I bought the body first, then saved up for the lens—as I mentioned the other day,...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Sony, Olympus, Lenses, Andy, Zeiss, Jimmy Page, Sally Mann, Michael Johnston, David Lee, Michael C Johnston, Salt Lake, Lexington, Carl Zeiss, Amazon US


Zeiss Batis 40mm ƒ/2

If I shot full frame, I could be happy. Because there's this: Zeiss Batis 40mm ƒ/2 Zeiss was the first brand of cameras and lenses I developed brand loyalty to. I took my father's Zeiss Contaflex B to Europe on a Foreign Study League tour when I was 14. (They're no longer in business—I think they were based in Salt Lake.) It had a fixed 50mm ƒ/2.8 Tessar. The first camera I bought for myself was a Contax 139Q. I bought the body first, then saved up for the lens—as I mentioned the other day,...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Sony, Olympus, Lenses, Andy, Zeiss, Jimmy Page, Sally Mann, Michael Johnston, David Lee, Michael C Johnston, Salt Lake, Lexington, Carl Zeiss, Amazon US


Zeiss Batis 40mm ƒ/2

If I shot full frame, I could be happy. Because there's this: Zeiss Batis 40mm ƒ/2 Zeiss was the first brand of cameras and lenses I developed brand loyalty to. I took my father's Zeiss Contaflex B to Europe on a Foreign Study League tour when I was 14. (They're no longer in business—I think they were based in Salt Lake.) It had a fixed 50mm ƒ/2.8 Tessar. The first camera I bought for myself was a Contax 139Q. I bought the body first, then saved up for the lens—as I mentioned the other day,...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Sony, Olympus, Lenses, Zeiss, Sally Mann, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Salt Lake, Lexington, Carl Zeiss, Amazon US, Zeiss Batis, Amazon Canada, Maury River


The 7 Habits of Skiers: Begin With the End of the Season In Mind

Ski season is rapidly approaching, and while there’s no shortage of fitness classes and online workout plans devoted to getting you in the “best ski shape of your life,” a life of skiing is so much more than the physical act. It is also necessary to develop the personal, interpersonal and intrapersonal skills to become a well-rounded skier. The Seven Habits of the Highly Effective Skier will take you on a seven-week spiritual journey as you develop the habits necessary to be best aprés-skier you...
Tags: Utah, Instagram, Sport, Skiing, Benjamin Franklin, Don, Salt Lake


The Daily Edit – The Olympic Games and The Art of Sports Photography: John Huet

Olympic Games Photographer: John Huet This summer and fall the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland is hosting several exhibitions and events related to sports photography. One of the exhibitions, Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to The Present, opened at the Brooklyn Museum last summer and has since been traveling around the U.S. and Europe, making a six-month stop at th...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Instagram, Nbc, Australia, Berlin, Olympics, Athens, New Zealand, Espn, John, Salt Lake City, Ioc, Polaroid, Red Sox, Torino


The Daily Edit – John Huet: The Olympics

Olympic Games Photographer: John Huet 2016 Rio Olympic Galleries Equestrian Table Tennis Basketball Weight Lifting Beach Volleyball Field Hockey Rugby Wrestling Steeplechase Diving Boxing   This summer and fall the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland is hosting several exhibitions and events related to sports photography. One of the exhibitions, Who Shot Sports: A Photographic Histor...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Instagram, Nbc, Australia, Berlin, Olympics, Athens, New Zealand, Espn, John, Salt Lake City, Ioc, Polaroid, Red Sox, Torino


Yeti High-Fives: Keep the Snow Coming

It is full-on winter, and we are off to a great start. Have you gotten out for some turns yet? I'll hope to see you on the hill this weekend. Fur (get it?) this edition of Yeti High-Fives, a bi-weekly installment of what’s happening and what’s cool in the land of The Greatest Snow on Earth, I am celebrating all of these Monster Dumps that are starting the year off right. —Ski Utah Yeti  Coolest Video Soon we will be watching powder porn filmed this year, but in the mea...
Tags: Utah, Instagram, Sport, Skiing, Alta, Salt Lake, Trolley Square, Wasatch, Little Cottonwood, Eagle Point, Wasatch Snow Forecast, Lee Cohen


The 8 most inspiring travel photos this week

EACH WEEK WE CHOOSE OUR favorite images from readers, fans, and travelers, who tag their photos with #travelstoke and post them on our Instagram account. These pictures provide a daily dose of incentive, and challenge us to photograph the world in innovative ways. Here are this week’s editors’ picks of people finding some serious #travelstoke. 1. Lucas Lessa and Kelly Vidal, Old Havana, Cuba. 📍Havana, Cuba Cubans have a contagious joy and are extremely welcoming. The way they live ...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Colorado, California, US, Aldi, Kazakhstan, Havana, Travel Photos, Salt Lake, Havana Cuba, Almaty Kazakhstan, Chi Minh City Vietnam


The 10 most inspiring travel photos this week

1. Roman Lukiw, Peru Best hotel ever! #peru #sacredvalley #skylodge #skylodgeadventuresuites #skylodgehotel #cusco #inca #besthotel #bestvacation #travel #climb #climbing #romantichotel #stars #longexposure #longexposure_shots #longexposureoftheday #longexposurephotography #lightpainting #lightpaintingphotography #canon #canon5d #travelperu #vivaperu #peruvianhotel #photography #romanlukiwphotography #backpacker #backpacking #awesomeearth Una foto publicada por Roman Lukiw (@roman_luk...
Tags: Instagram, Africa, San Francisco, Jackie, Grand Canyon, All, Positano, Travelstoke, Salt Lake, Tim Kemple, Big Cottonwood


Aj Ogden’s Ida-homey Hump Day

Photos: Matt Ware AJ Ogden may not be the official Mayor of the Boise snowboard scene, but he’s at least in the cabinet. Between running UNHLY Supply, hitting the streets and lapping Bogus, he has solidified himself as an integral member of the small but vibrant Boise snowboard scene. While he might not be a name you immediately recognize, he has paid his dues, digging at High Cascade, raking jumps at Bogus and even though he’s got a real job these days, he still snowboards more than most. Towa...
Tags: Instagram, Features, Idaho, Aj, Castro, PAUL, Greg, Boise, Corey, Charlie, Salt Lake, Arbor, Brooke, USASA, Loren, High Cascade



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