Adventure photography is part of Elinchrom’s DNA

In partner with Red Bull Photography, we choose the best and most creative photographers for their outstanding
skills and contributions to make outdoor flash photography as spectacular as possible.

Testing the ELB 1200 On an Athlete Shoot

Photographer Lorenz Holder and trail biking Thomas Öhler teamed up for a day of shooting.



Clickin’ the Trick with the ELB 500 TTL

For most action photographer, their love of the sport started long before they picked up a camera.



A Speed Ride track through a natural Ice Tunnel!

The Blue Room, check out the story behind this breathtaking image.



Surfing Northern Lights with the ELB battery packs

Two photographers teamed up to work on Earth’s greatest light show.



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Aaron Rogosin
Portland (US)
Aaron Rogosin is a rare Portland Oregon native who has built an international network of clients by prioritizing hard work and a great attitude above all else. His obsession with photography began at the age of 13 when his father handed him his old Minolta SRT 101. From that moment on the camera became his means to gain a sense of self and as a way to explore the world and learn about all it has to offer. As a result Aaron has developed a well rounded style of image making that allows him to confidently enter any environment and produce fresh and compelling content in every discipline he has photographed. His style is to immerse himself entirely within the moment in order to create a visual authenticity that is unique in todays media. He continues to build his world wide community by working with a wide variety of subjects, clients, and companies, including Daimler-Benz, PepsiCo, Red Bull, SXSW, and GE among many others. All of this said Aaron considers his greatest accomplishment is being able to set an example for his daughter that with hard work and persistence you can make a living doing what you love no matter how difficult it may be to achieve.

Chris Garrison
orlando (US)
Chris Garrison is a photographer you can find somewhere between Gate C35 and the rental car line. Spending most of his year traveling with more checked baggage than an average family of 12; he loves coming back to home (Orlando, FL) to his wife Jane and golden retriever Henry James. Chris grew an addiction to white sand and blue water from growing up in Naples, FL, where he actually met his then future wife. So when Jane and Chris are not spending time on their lake with Henry James, you can find them hidden away between the Caribbean and Mediterranean.
Originally specializing in shooting extreme action sports and athletes, Chris has created a unique style over the past decade. The look Chris is known for has now become his brand and nick name, FlashGarrison. Taking everything he learned from the high-speed world of action sports, Chris is now immersed in the highly competitive world of commercial advertising. Some of the first agencies and brands Chris initially worked with were dream clients of his. The knowledge from working with these large brands gives him the confidence and endurance he needs to push further on every shoot.
With a history of being a post college multi-sport athlete himself, Chris has passion, drive, determination, and need to push boundaries like no one else. Chris is humbled to have received many awards for his editorial and commercial work. He has grown a strong, confidant, and magnetic personality, with camp side fire stories that will blow the most seasoned veteran’s mind. However those stories never last long enough because Gate C35 will be calling him back … in a flash.

Gianfranco Tripodo
Madrid (ES)
Gianfranco Tripodo is a documentary and portrait photographer with a strong vision and unique capability for capturing intimate,raw and authentic moments.
Combines his long term personal documentary projects with editorial and commercial assignments.
He has a great interest in working on stories and projects where he can get really close to the subjects and where he can establish a deep connection with it.
Born in 1981 in Manila, Philippines, and grew up in Napoli.
He has a degree in Media Science and Semiotic at Bologna University. After the graduation,he spent a brief period in Milan and then moved to Spain, where he has lived since 2005.
– His work is represented by Contrasto, the leading Italian photo agency.
– He is part of Red Bull Photography network, which stands for authentic and absorbing imagery telling real stories.
– He regularly hosts lectures and workshops on his activity as professional photographer at IED Madrid, Lens -School of Visual Arts in Madrid and Escuela universitaria de Artes y Espectáculos TAI in Madrid.
The New York Times
The Financial Times Weekend Magazine
El Pais Semanal
Der Spiegel
M, Le Monde
The Guardian
L’Officiel Spain
Rolling Stone España
Red Bull
The Red Bull Music Academy
Sony Records
2016 – Shortlisted at the Spanish Photobook Award at the PhotoEspaña Festival with the book “DÚO 04 – Sobre la Frontera Sur”.
2016 – Nominated for the Elliot Erwitt Havana Club Fellowship. 2016 – Nominated. ING Unseen Talent Award.
2016- Selected at Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalists in Hannover
2015 -World Press Photo, 3rd Prize ,General News- Single Image
2015 – Honorable mention “Premio Amilcare G. Ponchielli”
for “Frontera Sur”.
2013 – Shortlisted Prix ANI-PixPalace
with “Frontera Sur”
2011 and 2009- Nominated for the Joop Swart Masterclass

David Robinson
Salzburg (AT)
Action sports photographer based in Europe, specialising in two wheeled sports.

Picard Hadrien
Sevres (FR)
I’ve been shooting professionally for more than 15years. I’m specialized in things in motion.
My roots are in the streets but i’ve been shooting more and more different subjects, from motor sports to documentaries and corporates.
I’ve been also directing for a decade, mainly in brand content.

Michael Clark
Santa Fe, NM (US)
Michael Clark is an internationally published outdoor photographer specializing in adventure sports, travel, and landscape photography. He produces intense, raw images of athletes pushing their sports to the limit and has risked life and limb on a variety of assignments to bring back stunning images of rock climbers, mountaineers, kayakers, big-wave surfers and mountain bikers in remote locations around the world. He uses unique angles, bold colors, strong graphics and dramatic lighting to capture fleeting moments of passion, gusto, flair and bravado in the outdoors. Balancing extreme action with subtle details, striking portraits and wild landscapes, he creates images for the editorial, advertising and stock markets worldwide.
As a former physicist Michael has worked on both sides of the technical revolution – helping refine the technology and using it for his current profession. Michael has worked as a professional photographer since 1996 and added digital photography to his repertoire in 2003. While Michael still shoots some film, mostly medium format, the lion’s share of his images are now produced with high-resolution digital cameras.
He has been featured in Digital Photo Pro (December 2011), Outdoor Photographer (September 2001), Nikon World Magazine(Summer 2006), Digital Photographer (UK, 2010), Rangefinder Magazine (May 2010), and New Mexico Magazine (2007) for his work with extreme sports. Digital Photo Pro proclaimed Michael a “Master of Adventure” Photography in their 2011 Masters issue.

Jaanus Ree
Tallinn (EE)
Although I was always taking pictures during my school years, my real path towards becoming a professional photographer started when I got injured during a windsurfing competition and I had to stay on the shore for a while. I just couldn’t sit on the beach doing nothing; I wanted to get closer to the action. So I took a camera and got myself on the race officer’s boat as a photographer.
At first I just wanted to see the action but then I ended up only shooting pictures. After that I was invited to shoot various windsurfing competitions and later on all kinds of different sports. A year later, I enrolled in the Estonian Academy of Arts to study photography.
Today my main focus is on motorsports but I love to shoot other sports. Thanks to Nikon and Elinchrom I can try almost anything that comes to mind. I am always trying to find something new in every shoot: new lighting techniques, cool remote camera places or anything else. I believe there are a lot of interesting things yet to be discovered in the world of photography.

Paris Gore
Bellingham (US)
Paris Gore is among mountain biking’s most dedicated photographers and has pursued his passion of documenting the characters and culture of mountain biking. First as a rider, then a photographer, Paris has long studied the interplay of movement, light and landscape in the mountains. From behind the lens, he translates those stories for his audience through images crisp with authenticity. His work is routinely featured in major mountain bike publications. It’s also powered commercial campaigns for companies both within the mountain biking world and beyond.

Robert Snow
Port Orange (US)
Robert Snow was born on the Gulf coast of Florida and grew up playing sports and exploring the waterways around the state. After going to college for photography & working as a photo assistant for some of the top names in the industry, Robert began working as a freelance photographer specializing in editorial portraits, lifestyle, and sports photography. He has since worked on ad campaigns for Fortune 500 companies and his images have been published in numerous publications, including Outside Magazine, the NY Times, and the Huffington Post, among others. Robert has been working for Red Bull since 2010 and has been assigned to over 100 projects ranging from mainstream sports, surfing, culture, music, motorsports, & events. While based in Florida, his assignments have taken him across the globe, and many of his more recent projects have involved close collaborations with nonprofit and humanitarian organizations, covering a range of environmental and humanitarian issues.