ChrisBurkard

ChrisBurkard

@chrisburkard

Have Camera, Will Travel. LDS•Photographer•Speaker•Director•Author Film Kickstarter 👇🏼
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ChrisBurkard

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Middle Earth.

1 Hours ago
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I want to bring this film to your town! We are currently searching for venues to show the film in the US & beyond. With a tour starting in May going through summer. Do you know a good theatre or screening venue ? We plan to stick to mostly major cities but are hoping to make it to as many small towns along the way. Let me know in the comments below ! . And to make sure your voice is heard- support our kickstarter to fund a tour here: http://kck.st/2ldrcuw Or in my bio link

14 Hours ago
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Sea Smoke occurs when the surrounding air is much colder than the sea water. It's also a sign it's going to be a very cold night. Some of the coldest of my life were on this beach during the filming of "Under An Arctic Sky." My camera and batteries were wrapped in sticky hand warmers to keep from dying. . We are almost 2/3 funded on Kickstarter! Thanks for supporting this self funded film and for making it come to life. To support go : http://kck.st/2ldrcuw or check my bio link ✌🏼

1 Days ago
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Crazy to think that to some people this is a playground. timmyreyes finding deep cover in the Greenland Sea. . An excerpt from my film "Under An Arctic Sky." Grateful to be one of the most popular self funded films on Kickstarter. Check it here: http://kck.st/2ldrcuw or my bio link.

1 Days ago
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In case you were looking, this is where you can usually find me. Somewhere between the Mountains & the Sea.

2 Days ago
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My limited edition book "Under An Arctic Sky" is available for purchase only through Kickstarter. 60 pgs of photography documenting the journey to surf under the Northern Lights. . Link in bio or here : http://kck.st/2ldrcuw

2 Days ago
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Not a bad place to get stuck for winter. . An image from my limited edition book - currently for sale on Kickstarter: http://kck.st/2ldrcuw

3 Days ago
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Don't be fooled by the bright green sky & stars.. this night was dark... like really dark. Which made surfing in 10F feel impossible. Camera technology can be deceiving. What you can see through a camera is far beyond what you can view with the naked eye these days. During the filming of "Under An Arctic Sky" I shot almost exclusively with the sonyalpha A7SII because of its low light sensitivity. Often shooting between ISO 3200 -40,000... yes that's correct .. 40,000. When paired with the right lenses you can literally see in darkness. . A few images from my limited edition book that goes along with the film. Available now on Kickstarter http://kck.st/2ldrcuw or in my bio.

3 Days ago
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Thank you. I'm blown away by the outpouring of support for our film on Kickstarter. Thanks to all those who are helping make this dream of a World Tour possible. . If you haven't seen the trailer... check out http://kck.st/2ldrcuw or in my bio link 👌🏼

4 Days ago
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Being able to share my films & photographs with the world has always been my greatest goal. So I’m proud to release the Kickstarter for my film Under an Arctic Sky. We are pre- selling the film to fund a world tour and deciding where to take it based on those who support it. From the beginning we wanted this film to be about our connection to wild places and the relationships we forge there. I can’t think of a better way to share that message than through slideshows/ film screenings / Q&As before it goes for sale online. . Thanks for all your support thus far! Link to kickstarter here: http://kck.st/2ldrcuw or in my bio link ✌🏼

4 Days ago
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It's been over a year in the making .... and we are finally getting down the last final months. Tomorrow morning I'm releasing a Kickstarter for my Film to support a Worldwide film tour & pre- sale of the film & book. My dream has always been to share this with the world in person. Old school film screenings with Slideshows & storytelling. We wanted you to help decide where it gets shown & get early access to the film before it goes for sale online. In the end this project wouldn't even be possible without your support! Stay tuned! . To see the trailer ... check out www.UnderAnArcticSky.com or my bio link 🙌🏼✌🏼🙏🏼

5 Days ago
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Be still.

6 Days ago
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In rural Switzerland I spent 10 days living in a van. Didn't shower once and have never been cleaner. . _ryanhill_ kcdeane

6 Days ago
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Everything reaches for the Sea. Whether manmade or natural the landscape seems to always gravitate towards open water.

7 Days ago
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The rewards of living near the edge your comfort zone. That word comfort brings back a great memory when I look at this photo.. after this trip in the Canadian backcountry I couldn't feel my big toes for over a month. So much for trusting a new pair of boots to 5 degree Fahrenheit. e_sody kalenthorien

7 Days ago
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Living water. When I see a mountain stream I have this uncontrollable urge to take a sip. . prana

8 Days ago
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These last few storms in California have been a massive wake up call for me to be a bit more prepared. I've traveled many places with hostile weather & been ready for it but typically became complacent upon returning home to a place with traditionally mild weather. But the last few days have left me & the family with no electricity, water and even access to our house at times for almost 4 days. On my street alone 20+ eucalyptus measuring from 80-120ft in length fell across the road into houses and power lines. It's a mixture of shallow rooted trees in oversaturated soil and gale force wind. In reality it's nothing compared to people that deal with this type of thing everyday. But I've taken it as a wake up call to never underestimate nature and hopefully be a bit more prepared. . The last time I saw this much rain in California it snowed right along the coast.

8 Days ago
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To think, the same massive swells that bring wild surf to carve these cliffs can also bring fun playful waves. . surfinspoon on a trip many years ago to New Zealand

9 Days ago
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If you find someone that is willing to brave ice cold water to swim with you... it's a pretty good sign they're a keeper.

9 Days ago
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It's usually the details that make a photo great in my eyes. Like this small thriving tree rooted to a steep 45deg rock face. Nature is by far my favorite artist... and the fact that we can experience it with our eyes, lungs, ears and hands is something that leaves me always grateful.

10 Days ago