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Chile: Through a Photographer's Lens

Ian Provo spent a few weeks in Chile this summer, traveling to Valle Nevado, Nevados de Chillan, and Valpraiso with Tanner Hall, JP Auclair, and Evolve Chile. Here are some snapshots of their adventures.
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Chile: Through a Photographers' Lens

Ian Provo spent a few weeks in Chile this summer, traveling to Valle Nevado, Nevados de Chillan, and Valpraiso with Tanner Hall, JP Auclair, and Evolve Chile. Here are some snapshots of their adventures.

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It may be August, but that doesn't mean there isn't powder skiing to be had somewhere in the world. Here's a collection of shots taken from La Parva and Valle Nevado, Chile, by Drew Stoecklein and Spencer Francey.

So what’s it like to photograph the Olympics? The Olympics are more intense than any other event I’ve ever shot. They are the pinnacle of events; an Olympic gold medal opens a lot of doors for athletes in the U.S.  The security is crazy to deal with. Nobody has a better seat than the photographer.  No one else gets that close to the most exciting skiing in the world.You spend a lot of time with the ski team, what’s your relationship with them? When I see athletes I’ve been shooting, who I’ve known since they were young and juniors on the team, win an Olympic medal, it’s huge, and really special to share with them.(flip to the next slide for more of the interview)

Jonathan Selkowitz: An Interview with the U.S. Ski Team Photographer

Photographer Jonathan Selkowitz has traveled with the U.S. Ski Team for years, from shooting training in Portillo, Chile, to the World Cup circuit, to the last three Winter Olympics. Brigid Mander caught up with him to talk about what it’s like being a premiere ski racing photographer. Here, he selects four of his favorite images.