Photographer - Andrew Ling

Introducing Latitude Styles

Introducing Latitude Styles

Win a Fujifilm X-T20 and Capture One 12

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Try out Capture One with 10 handpicked Styles

Win a Fujifilm X-T20 
and Capture One 12

We know that you go above and beyond and never compromise to capture that perfect picture. You wait for hours in the greatest storms. You overcome your fear of heights to find the best angle. You get out there as often as you can to perfect your skills. You rely on your tools to get the best out of your great efforts. That’s why we built a software to accommodate this.

Never compromise on what you do best. 

"I've always been a big believer in putting forth your best effort in everything that you do. The first couple times we went to Alaska to shoot, things weren't perfect. We ended up making multiple trips back, waiting patiently for just the right conditions, to get the exact shots that we wanted. Never compromise. Sometimes, things are completely out of your control no matter how well you plan - such as weather, which can often be unpredictable in Alaska."

#nevercompromise and get inspired by the great stories from the photographers below

Photographer - Peter Marshall

"If I had known that my toughest trek in Patagonia would entail hiking 35 kilometers through rain and snow and climbing 4000 vertical meters to our final location, only to find thick clouds covering the view, I would have declined the trip in favor of warmer, safer climates. However, when this became a reality we didn’t let it dampen our spirits, and on the way down the mountain, the clouds parted and we were finally rewarded for our perseverance."

“Conditions change so quickly here, with very little daylight in the winter (10 AM to 3 PM of effective daylight). I went back two separate times in two months, because of changing conditions, that weren't quite perfect the first time.”

- Andrew Ling

Photographer - Emily Teague

"My Spanish was rough, and I was often nervous to start a conversation, but it was my first time in another country having the language barrier taken away with anyone I encountered. This allowed me to ask permission to take portraits of the people I met and I continued the conversation with questions about their lives. The day I met the woman in this photo I didn’t want to go outside. It was humid as hell and the heat mixed with the loud, but small fan in my room had prevented me from getting more than a couple hours of sleep. I wanted to stay indoors and melt into my bed, but I promised myself to spend at a minimum of 4 hours a day out shooting in the streets."

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Photographer - Andrew Ling

"I've always been a big believer in putting forth your best effort in everything that you do. The first couple times we went to Alaska to shoot, things weren't perfect. We ended up making multiple trips back, waiting patiently for just the right conditions, to get the exact shots that we wanted. Never compromise. Sometimes, things are completely out of your control no matter how well you plan - such as weather, which can often be unpredictable in Alaska."

Photographer - Peter Marshall

"If I had known that my toughest trek in Patagonia would entail hiking 35 kilometers through rain and snow and climbing 4000 vertical meters to our final location, only to find thick clouds covering the view, I would have declined the trip in favor of warmer, safer climates. However, when this became a reality we didn’t let it dampen our spirits, and on the way down the mountain, the clouds parted and we were finally rewarded for our perseverance."

Download a trial before January 31st, and get 10 hand-picked Capture One Styles to kick-off your Capture One journey.

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Share your image and the story behind it on Instagram, no later than January 31st, 2019.

Use the two hashtags #nevercompromise #captureone

The winner will be chosen on February 8th, 2019 and will be contacted shortly after.

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Kick off your Capture One journey. 

Claim your free Editor's Choice Style Pack with 10 handpicked Styles before January 31st

We know that you go above and beyond and never compromise to capture that perfect picture. You waited for hours in the greatest storms. You overcame your fear of heights to find the best angle. You get out there as often as you can to perfect your skills. You rely on your tools to get the best out of your great efforts. That’s why we built a software to accommodate this.  Never compromise on what you do best. 

Share your image and the story behind it on Instagram, no later than January 31st, 2019.

Use the two hashtags 
#nevercompromise #captureone

The winner will be chosen on February 8th, 2019 and will be contacted shortly after.

Photographer - Emily Teague

"My Spanish was rough, and I was often nervous to start a conversation, but it was my first time in another country having the language barrier taken away with anyone I encountered. This allowed me to ask permission to take portraits of the people I met and I continued the conversation with questions about their lives. The day I met the woman in this photo I didn’t want to go outside. It was humid as hell and the heat mixed with the loud, but small fan in my room had prevented me from getting more than a couple hours of sleep. I wanted to stay indoors and melt into my bed, but I promised myself to spend at minimum of 4 hours a day out shooting in the streets."

#nevercompromise and get inspired by the great stories from the photographers below

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@ Andrew Ling

@andrewling
@petermarshall1
@_emilyteague

Photographer - Randal Ford

"Being in a studio with a big cat off leash is an incredible experience. The size and presence of a big cat is tangible, so powerful, and commands respect. Time flies but at the same time, stands still.  Cairo, the spotted Leopard was a curious cat.  On leash, he wanted to check out the studio and get a feel for the place.  But when it was time to work, he was ready and wanted to.  His owner told me Cairo loves to snarl but once we start doing it he wouldn’t want to stop.  So at the end of the shoot Cairo hopped on his pedestal and was ready to snarl. And boy did he.  His owner would say ‘sssssssspeak’, Cairo would snarl and then receive the best big cat snack, a chicken drumstick or drummy for short."

@randalford

Being in a studio with a big cat off leash is an incredible experience. The size and presence of a big cat is tangible, so powerful, and commands respect. Time flies but at the same time, stands still.  Cairo, the spotted Leopard was a curious cat.  On leash, he wanted to check out the studio and get a feel for the place.  But when it was time to work, he was ready and wanted to.  His owner told me Cairo loves to snarl but once we start doing it he wouldn’t want to stop.  So at the end of the shoot Cairo hopped on his pedestal and was ready to snarl. And boy did he.  His owner would say ‘sssssssspeak’, Cairo would snarl and then receive the best big cat snack, a chicken drumstick or drummy for short.

Photographer - Randal Ford

"I went on my first ever climbing trip in September 2017 and was fortunate enough to have it be in Chamonix, the birthplace of alpinism. I was way out of my comfort zone and admittledy afraid of the exposure and heights. However, it didn't take long until I became addicted to the adrenaline and problem-solving aspects involved with climbing. In a pursuit to access hard to reach landscapes, become more immersed in the alpine setting and to gain new perspectives I have been constantly humbled. There are a lot of new challenges involved with shooting while attached to a rope and I am beyond grateful for the mentors I’vee had thus far!"

Photographer - Taylor Burk

@taylormichaelburk

"I went on my first ever climbing trip in September 2017 and was fortunate enough to have it be in Chamonix, the birthplace of alpinism. I was way out of my comfort zone and admittledy afraid of the exposure and heights. However, it didn't take long until I became addicted to the adrenaline and problem-solving aspects involved with climbing. In a pursuit to access hard to reach landscapes, become more immersed in the alpine setting and to gain new perspectives I have been constantly humbled. There are a lot of new challenges involved with shooting while attached to a rope and I am beyond grateful for the mentors I’vee had thus far!"

Photographer - Taylor Burke