RYAN RESATKA
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The horse is like, “What you lookin’ at?” Idk buddy, there seems to be a lot going on behind you if you haven’t noticed yet 🤣🐴🍁🍂
The horse is like, “What you lookin’ at?” Idk buddy, there seems to be a lot going on behind you if you haven’t noticed yet 🤣🐴🍁🍂
The perfect place to retreat during those crispy days where everything is perfect 🍁 🍂 😌
The perfect place to retreat during those crispy days where everything is perfect 🍁 🍂 😌
Even though autumn is technically in a few days, it’s very much arrived in many places. This morning on the east coast I felt that familiar crisp air. The changing of seasons is swiftly coming, and eventually autumn will succumb to winter in a long battle over the next couple months ❄️🍁
Even though autumn is technically in a few days, it’s very much arrived in many places. This morning on the east coast I felt that familiar crisp air. The changing of seasons is swiftly coming, and eventually autumn will succumb to winter in a long battle over the next couple months ❄️🍁
What’s this?! I’m in front of the camera for once? 😂 Yes. I’m pretty sure there’s a decent number of people who are wondering who the heck is behind these photos, so here I am! 😎 A little bit about myself: I grew up in a town outside of Boston, Massachusetts. I loved playing guitar and hanging with my friends (still do). One year after I graduated from college I decided to move cross country to California for literally no reason except to try something new. After my first cross-country road trip, which included stops at Arches and Zion National Parks, I was addicted to checking out more places. Once I went on a few more weekend road trips I decided to buy a camera, because I felt as if these places deserved to be photographed in the highest quality possible. My Galaxy S5 wasn’t going to cut it anymore 😂 Over time my newly found passion for the outdoors and travel grew as my trips became more ambitious comparative to what I was doing previously. For the next two years I took up photography as a somewhat serious hobby, and about three years ago I quit my job, essentially selling cellphones, to pursue it full-time. Besides what I post on Instagram, I do a number of commercial projects for clients in different genres. Well, that’s it for now! If you have any questions let me know in the comment section. If you made it this far, thanks for reading. Cheers! 😎📷: @kierra_summer
What’s this?! I’m in front of the camera for once? 😂 Yes. I’m pretty sure there’s a decent number of people who are wondering who the heck is behind these photos, so here I am! 😎 A little bit about myself: I grew up in a town outside of Boston, Massachusetts. I loved playing guitar and hanging with my friends (still do). One year after I graduated from college I decided to move cross country to California for literally no reason except to try something new. After my first cross-country road trip, which included stops at Arches and Zion National Parks, I was addicted to checking out more places. Once I went on a few more weekend road trips I decided to buy a camera, because I felt as if these places deserved to be photographed in the highest quality possible. My Galaxy S5 wasn’t going to cut it anymore 😂 Over time my newly found passion for the outdoors and travel grew as my trips became more ambitious comparative to what I was doing previously. For the next two years I took up photography as a somewhat serious hobby, and about three years ago I quit my job, essentially selling cellphones, to pursue it full-time. Besides what I post on Instagram, I do a number of commercial projects for clients in different genres. Well, that’s it for now! If you have any questions let me know in the comment section. If you made it this far, thanks for reading. Cheers! 😎📷: @kierra_summer
One of my favorite mornings this year, away from people, before the smoke, with family, and nice weather 👌🏼
One of my favorite mornings this year, away from people, before the smoke, with family, and nice weather 👌🏼
Here’s a photo from a fun day exploring these endless dunes, creating our own paths 🤓
Here’s a photo from a fun day exploring these endless dunes, creating our own paths 🤓
Today I want to give my thoughts on “real photography”. Let’s get something out of the way - do I consider myself a real photographer? No, at least not in the traditional sense. Yes, the places I post photos of are real, however, to make the images to my liking I use programs like Lightroom and Photoshop to color them, add/remove minor things, etc. It’s almost a 70-30 or 80-20 blend of photography and digital art. And honestly, I love it. I hate rules 😂 I enjoy the freedom of making my photos look how I want them to, and that’s that. I like to edit photos how they made me feel in the moment, and I will keep doing so. My work might not ever be published in NatGeo, but if any of my images can inspire even one person to get out of their comfort zone and go somewhere new, then it’s been well worth it over any accolade I could ever receive. If you’re here for the work I publish, that’s all the positive reinforcement that I could ever ask for 🤘🏼 At the end of the day, I don’t think setting strict photographic rules actually matters outside of your own pride. You do you, but we’re not always going to be here. All that matters is your happiness and the happiness you bring those you care about as long as it’s not at the expense of others. If taking photos the way you are is making you happy, keep doing it. So in summary, get out and shoot and edit your photos however you want! 😎🤘🏼 Thanks for coming to my mediocre TedTalk 😂
Today I want to give my thoughts on “real photography”. Let’s get something out of the way - do I consider myself a real photographer? No, at least not in the traditional sense. Yes, the places I post photos of are real, however, to make the images to my liking I use programs like Lightroom and Photoshop to color them, add/remove minor things, etc. It’s almost a 70-30 or 80-20 blend of photography and digital art. And honestly, I love it. I hate rules 😂 I enjoy the freedom of making my photos look how I want them to, and that’s that. I like to edit photos how they made me feel in the moment, and I will keep doing so. My work might not ever be published in NatGeo, but if any of my images can inspire even one person to get out of their comfort zone and go somewhere new, then it’s been well worth it over any accolade I could ever receive. If you’re here for the work I publish, that’s all the positive reinforcement that I could ever ask for 🤘🏼 At the end of the day, I don’t think setting strict photographic rules actually matters outside of your own pride. You do you, but we’re not always going to be here. All that matters is your happiness and the happiness you bring those you care about as long as it’s not at the expense of others. If taking photos the way you are is making you happy, keep doing it. So in summary, get out and shoot and edit your photos however you want! 😎🤘🏼 Thanks for coming to my mediocre TedTalk 😂
You know what the one thing is that I miss the most about traveling internationally? All the amazing food 🍣 🤤 Especially in Japan👌🏼
You know what the one thing is that I miss the most about traveling internationally? All the amazing food 🍣 🤤 Especially in Japan👌🏼
More ‘93 Land Cruiser vibes with @heykelseyj comin’ your way 🚐 There’s nothing more fun than ripping these rigs around the mountains. I’m sad that my Northwest trip has finally come to an end, but I’m very excited to share more of these photos from these last few weeks. I’m pretty sure I’ve taken more photos on this trip than any other 🤘🏼
More ‘93 Land Cruiser vibes with @heykelseyj comin’ your way 🚐 There’s nothing more fun than ripping these rigs around the mountains. I’m sad that my Northwest trip has finally come to an end, but I’m very excited to share more of these photos from these last few weeks. I’m pretty sure I’ve taken more photos on this trip than any other 🤘🏼
You gotta love the vibes that @heykelseyj and her beloved ‘93 Land Cruiser bring 👌🏼We had a gnarly day ripping around these forest roads. This is what summer is about. Also, check out Washington’s biggest peak making an appearance in the background 🏔 👀
You gotta love the vibes that @heykelseyj and her beloved ‘93 Land Cruiser bring 👌🏼We had a gnarly day ripping around these forest roads. This is what summer is about. Also, check out Washington’s biggest peak making an appearance in the background 🏔 👀
A few weeks ago I was out in Oregon on a commercial project for a client. Due to the wildfires in California I decided to stay remote in the Northwest for a bit. It’s been nice crossing off a few hikes that I’ve had on the list for the last few years 🤘🏼Here’s one from a nice sunrise hike a few days ago
A few weeks ago I was out in Oregon on a commercial project for a client. Due to the wildfires in California I decided to stay remote in the Northwest for a bit. It’s been nice crossing off a few hikes that I’ve had on the list for the last few years 🤘🏼Here’s one from a nice sunrise hike a few days ago
A blanket of clouds as far as the eye can see. It’s evenings like this that are unforgettable 👌🏼
A blanket of clouds as far as the eye can see. It’s evenings like this that are unforgettable 👌🏼
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