Portraits From Wheaton Forest

>> Monday, October 6, 2014

Did an overnight in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.  Beautiful place, forest in beach sand, I've never seen anything like it. We set up the slack line for some morning fun.
Snapped some portraits of my good friend Cole who is about to go run a 50K in California.


Exposure on Canoe and Kayak Blog

>> Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Some Kayaking Portraits and Race coverage from the New Haven Race held in Vermont. Always stoked to see my work on their blog.



Testing the Nikon D600 video mode.

>> Sunday, April 20, 2014


Scudders falls, NJ with Jared Seiler

>> Monday, April 7, 2014


New Website

>> Tuesday, April 1, 2014

I'm very excited to announce I have a new website with some new work. Head over to http://www.scottmartinimages.com. Also best enjoyed with coffee or beer!


The Dirt Bags Guide to Whitewater Issue 9

>> Saturday, March 29, 2014

They just keep getting better and better. The latest issue is out. 

An interview with yours truly about camera equipment in the Grand Canyon.


Grand Canyon Love

>> Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Some photos from my Grand Canyon Trip. 16 days private trip from Lee's Ferry to Diamond Creek. More to come stay tuned...
Driving out of Portland with Eric at the wheel. I shot some Polaroid photos on the trip. 

Katie the Geologist amazed at the size of Zion National Park. We hiked to Angels Landing to enjoy the view. 

Lee's Ferry. The put in for our 16 day trip. I worked into the afternoon packing up what gear I needed to take with and then made it all fit into my Fluid Big Bang Kayak

Ben at the sticks. Turns out this was the first rapid Ben had ever paddled in an oar rig.  House Rock Rapid, what a beautiful rapid and even better campsite.

Eric Adsit making the best of a jump into cold water. 

Red Wall Cavern was a highlight for me, I had always seen photos and video footage of this magical landmark. 

We woke early after a night of whisky drinks to hike up Nankoweap for the sunrise.

eric Adsit and Dan Phillips enjoying an afternoon off the river and in the sun, with beer and frisbee. 

I woke early to the sky looking like it was on fire. 

Eric Adsit on Horn Creek Rapid showing us how it's done.

Harrison Rea in the thick of it all.

Walking into a side canyon. The light reflecting off the walls really caught my eye.

Another hike, this time away from the river.

One of the coolest hikes we did through these narrow canyons.

The elusive raven. These guys would stalk you as we left camp. They would swoop down and pick up any left over crumbs from the kitchen. Or they would tear open any sort of food bag when the opportunity arose.

Winter trips means you are allowed to burn drift wood. There was an abundance of it.

Looking down river.

Ben feeling very comfortable at the sticks.

Our last campsite, the peak on the left of the frame is Diamond Peak, our take out marker.

I hope you enjoy these photos. I'll be working on a few more to share on my blog plus some editorial projects from the trip. 



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