Pinkbike photographer Nathan cherry picks 10 of his favorite shots from his time working for Pinkbike.
With the instantaneous scroll of infinite photographs available today, being a standout photographer takes more talent and focus than ever before.
Magic Beans have not been on the go for that long but within that short time they have captured and created some beautiful imagery and jaw dropping footage.
He’s spent more than a decade capturing mountain bike culture through the eyes of its athletes and brands in locations around the world.
Battling Lyme disease, going from film to digital to internet photography and more with legendary MTB photographer, Ian Hylands.
Vote in this round to determine whether Ross Bell or JB Liautard walks away with the 2019 Pinkbike Photo of the Year, and for another chance to win one of five $200 Jenson USA gift cards.
Following the route of the first Trans Atlantis by bike and boat.
In addition to the cash prizing for these top 4 photographers, there are voter prizes. Vote, and you'll be entered for a chance to win!
We started with 32, and now after more than 247,000 votes have been cast, we've narrowed it down to 8 photos battling for the $10,000 in cash.
Sven is a former pro skateboarder and World Cup downhiller who has become one of the most well known and respected photographers on the DH and enduro circuits. Anka is a badass rider who raced World Cup DH until 2009 and eventually began pursuing a career racing enduro.
We started with 32, and now after more than 160,000 votes have been cast, we've narrowed it down to 16 photos battling for the $10,000 in cash.
One of our sport's most influential photographers shares his stories and secrets.
After "4 Years Behind the Lens" I can definitively say the 10,000-hour rule is wrong.
Here are the 32 photos vying for the $10,000. At this point, it is up to you to determine which becomes the 2019 Pinkbike Photo of the Year!
These guys have been following the downhill circus for a number of years, taking awesome photos, consuming a few beers along the way, and generally taking a good times approach to watching world cup racing.
You get one chance to make it work when you're shooting pictures on a multi-day adventure.
At just 19, Jamison brings serious riding chops and a seasoned eye to his work.
In the first ever episode of the NSMB Podcast, Cam McRae talks to Sterling Lorence about how he got his start as a rider and photographer.
With the expiration of the 2010's, we take a look at ten of the most important, impactful and impressive Bike Magazine covers of the decade.
Hindsight is a great learning tool, but I vastly prefer focusing on the present and the future. 2019 did have some highlights, though, and most of them will carry on into the future.