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Outdoors photography has changed dramatically since Ansel Adams first aimed his large-format cameras at the American West. But his images of stunning landscapes still capture the imagination. Adams’ photography has long been cited as an instrumental force in building support for environmental protection.
The goal is to raise support for One Percent For The Planet, a movement that asks companies to pledge at least one percent of their profits to environmental groups.
From surreal landscapes to campsite intimacy, the book, taken as a whole, is a contemporary snapshot of how today’s photographers are capturing the outdoors — and ultimately making the case for its protection and preservation.
Going Out is Going In is available from Patagonia for $20 with all proceeds benefiting One Percent for the Planet.
Eric is a contributing writer based in Bozeman, MT. An avid climber, mountain biker, backpacker, and snowboarder, he earned his degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota - Duluth. When not living the GearJunkie life, he can be found exploring the Montana backcountry.
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