Mark Reiner: River Guide and Photographer

January 27th, 2006 Malina

M Reiner.jpgCAN: Spin a yarn (words, not merino), play the digiridoo, organize an adventure film festival, take you to Baja with a bunch of sea kayaks, and take Truly Beautiful photographs. You know how sometimes you think cool photos are just dumb luck, especially what with the digital these days? Mark’s images bring it all back home: photography really is an art, and a science, and yeah ok, sometimes a little luck. . .

CANNOT: Eat cheese.

YOU CAN: *watch a movie: http://www.boulderadventurefilm.com/ *play in the sea: http://www.bajakayaking.blogspot.com

2 Responses to “Mark Reiner: River Guide and Photographer”

  1. » Mark Reiner Photography: New Pictures From 2005 Whitewater Rafting Season! The All-Outdoors Whitewater Rafting California River Blog Blog Archive Says:

    […] Yesterday, at 12 noon, they were finally revealed… Mark Reiner’s collection of photos from the 2006 rafting season! All of us guides and some of our guests from this last summer may have noticed that Mark Reiner, a fellow guide and professional photographer, was working hard all season to document rafting trips on all the rivers that All Outdoors runs. (A few people took so much notice, in fact, that they completely forgot about paddling in order to model the perfect smile or paddle-in-the-air-wahoooo… Mark did a great job of catching their ensuing swims.) Ever since then, we’ve all been waiting with much anticipation to see the final product. […]

  2. Adventure Film Festival April 12th Says:

    […] award winners at the Cosmic Cafe on Monday, April 12, 2010.  Festival organizer and AO rafting guide Mark will be there so you can ask all those burning adventure questions you’ve been dying to […]

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