The Photo Trekker

The Photo Trekker is a series of videos created by Keith Kiska which take you to some amazing places to photograph some sweet landscapes and inspiring scenery. With season 1 done with 4 episodes, Keith has taken his audience to some spectacular places; Shenandoah National Park, Death Valley National Park, The Catskill Mountains, and Acadia National Park. Season 2 will bring you places like Yosemite, Olympic, Yellowstone, Redwood, and the Grand Canyon. You can stay up to date with each episode and download them at The Photo Trekker website. The episodes are high quality and offer some great photography inspiration.

Here are the first two episodes of the first season. Everything is shot with a Canon 5D Mark II.

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  1. keith kiska

    This is great, Photography Blogger took the initiative to seek me out and post me on their site. This is a great honor, and I appreciate it very much.

    As a photographer I bet you all know how difficult it is to raise awareness about your work, and in that vein I created Photo Trekker. I really wanted to created a time capsule for myself to help me remember what “those good old days” were like.

    I hope you like the trip!

  2. Ian Pullens

    Each episode of this show amazed me more than the last. I got the pleasure of joining Keith on the season finale episode in Acadia, and this kid battled crashing waves, steep cliffs, and pre-dawn wake up calls, all to get the shot. Great show. I cant wait to see what he does for season 2! I hear he’s thinking of making a full-length feature doc! That should be cool. Keep on trekkin’ Keith!

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