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Alex Strohl (@alexstrohl) Instagram photos and videos
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Inching our way up to the Iceberg Notch. This summer I’ve been hard at work with @CanonUSA documenting my first summer in Montana. For this project I’ve been pushing myself to go further in the backcountry and that often means shooting in the middle of the day/ harsh light. For these long days were I care about having a light pack I’ve been taking the Canon EOS R with my beloved EF 16–35mm f/2.8L III USM. Really impressed at the dynamic range of the ‘R’, its actually making me want to shoot more in tough light..
Just released a new workshop with the master of creating intimate moments Mr @forrestmankins! Ever since I met Forrest in 2015 I’ve admired his way of creating images that feel natural and playful so it was just a matter of time until we made a workshop together. It’s like no other class we’ve ever done because it: 1. Covers analog photography and how you can use film to build your own Lightroom presets 2. Demonstrates how to capture professional work with cheap gear ($500 setup) 3. Its on limited pre-order (500 people only) Link in profile to save your pre-order spot — MankinsxStrohl.com All 📸 @forrestmankins
Catching last light on Upper Grinnell Lake last week. Reached the overlook just before sunset, scrambled across this scree field until we got a glimpse of Mt Gould’s reflection. Glad I finally made it here..
When I’m in front of views like this I wonder about the chain of events that brought me to Montana. Born in Spain, raised in France, studied in Canada and now here.. Maybe it was my dads stories of his time studying here in the mid 60’s, or the Western movies, or my deep desire to experience true wilderness. Probably a mix of all. But some days, driving down a forest road or walking among a tall spruce i start pondering on that... Feel so lucky.
Passing through the kingdom of Beargrass. Never thought I’d take photos of plants in full daylight but I couldn’t resist this field and the view of McDonald creek below...
We were all pretty confident before getting into Iceberg Lake but none of us managed to stay more than 30 seconds in there. The burn from the cold was lung stopping but that’s the beauty of summer. The air outside was so hot that after 15mn sitting on the stones outside we were ready for more.. Loving my first full summer in Montana
Stumbled upon this little guy on a rainy night high in the Tatra Mountains. I’ve just published a film on my YouTube about our time in this magical mountain range.. It’s one my favorite ones in a while — hope you check it out and subscribe🤝 Link in bio or YouTube.com/alexstrohl
⚡️Announcing an all-new workshop with @forrestmankins ⚡️ Its called “Creating The Moment”. We have built it for the photographers who are tired of making the same old photos. For those who want to further their craft & push their careers to new heights. Get the full experience at MankinsxStrohl.com We’re having a private pre-order before the opening with a lower price & free goodies. Sign up in the link in bio to get your invite 🤝
Montana dreaming. One high place I try to come see every year. Happy I lugged a 16mm wide angle lens - fitting the entire lake in one frame was so satisfying.
Isaac treating himself to some ice cold water after a successful saunter up the ridge line above.. Thankful for friends who’re always keen to head out — It’s making this summer even more memorable..
The ridge-line of Mount Henkel lit by the evening sun.. Really happy about my first summer here, so many places to see yet I don’t want to rush anything..