Viewfinder

Fixed Gear, and No Fear

Night Cycling in Seoul

Chasing a fixed-gear racer through the streets of South Korea's capital.

Enjoying the Ride with Pro Photographer Matthew Lawless

The Adventure of Shooting Film

It's about finding the perfect shot, taking a bit more time, and rolling the dice with some expired film.

Alf Lovvold's Digital Rendering Tour de Force

Building the Fake Movie Trailer of the Year

Alf Lovvold's fictitious movie trailer demonstrates how hard work and advanced computer animation can make a movie a (flashy-as-hell) one-man job.

The Mountains Are Calling

The Magnetic Pull of Patagonia’s Highest Peaks

Photographer, filmmaker and climber Mikey Schaefer's life is centered around his next ascent, and his commitment to this pursuit has brought him to some of the most remote locations in the world.

Broadcasting the Underground

The Golden Era of New York Radio

In the '80s, radio DJs pumped the airwaves with sounds of underground DJs, hip hop and fresh beats for the five boroughs.

Strong Like Bull

Getting Inside the Mind of a Bull Rider

"I was always wild 'n' reckless, kinda a free spirit and I didn’t know if I was going to fit it in society", Gary Leffew says. So, naturally, he became a bull riding champion.

The Deadly Precipice of Rally Racing

Group B Is Not for Boys

In the 1980s, Group B Rally Racing was the epicenter of dangerous speed.

Rally Week
Finding Aspiration

Celebrating the Typeface Born from Cycling

House Industries have teamed up with director Erích Wiess for a witty short that showcases a new collection of cycling gear and the new typeface that inspired it, Velo Serif.

Arbiter of good stories

Viewfinder: Stuffmaker

"Stuffmaker" sounds vague, even a little conceited. But artist Mac Premo does just that.

A Wicked Ride in the Western Sierras

Viewfinder: James Kelly’s Downhill American Dream

For most people, the American dream is owning a nice house or making a comfortable living. James ‘The American Dream’ Kelly lives a little differently -- his dream involves whipping by traffic at 50 mph on a skateboard.

Forest-to-Table

Viewfinder: Who We Are

"Who We Are" follows Donnie Vincent and his team of hunters through the Northwest Territories, 20 miles south of the Arctic Circle, drawn to the wilderness by an irresistible yearning.

Sportsman Issue
An American Icon, Born To be wild

Viewfinder: The Story of the Chopper

"The Story of the Chopper" explores the surprising birth and history of the world's most recognizable motorcycle style.

Fuckin' Steak and Shrimp On the Weekends

Viewfinder: Jazzsoon — Portrait of a Brooklyn Hustler

Based on the little we've seen of the man featured above who goes by the name Jazzsoon, we know this: he is one very alternative version of the modern self-made man. He's one part The Dude, abiding. He's one part Churchill, stoic, absurd. He's one part Ali G, silly, spouting strange street-level aphorisms.

A Fly Fishing Journey in the Bolivian Amazon

Viewfinder: What Kind of Meat?

During an exploratory fly fishing trip in the Bolivian Amazon last year, the Provo Brothers introduced a new sort of fishing adventure. One involving monkey meat.

Last Huzzah of the Supergrump

Viewfinder: Comic Book Heaven

More than TV, music, and movies, comics have had the hardest time adjusting to the digital age. Comic Book Heaven follows the owner of a small comic book vendor in Queens as he closes up for good.

FREEEE FAAAALL-IN'

Viewfinder: B.A.S.E

Jump from a 500-foot cliff and you’ll free-fall for five or six seconds. It’s a very short moment, but as one yet-anonymous thrill-seeker explains in this short clip, “Your mind becomes so focused on the exact moment that all your senses become amplified. You’re able to hear things, and feel things, and see things that you probably wouldn’t if you weren’t in free fall.”

No Glory in Being a Maverick

Behind the Visor: The Life of a Warbird Pilot

Warbird pilots have an innate passion for flying. When other kids dreamed of hitting the ball out of the park, these guys fantasized about racing down the chute at Reno. The short film Warbird Pilot: Behind the Visor focuses on decorated Reno Air Race Pilot John-Curtiss Paul as he balances aviation and family life.

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