Viktor Posnov spent a month backpacking across Umnak Island to document the harsh beauty and remoteness of the landscape.
On the eve of the 50th race, Rob Stapleton shares images and stories from the first 10 years of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
Nick Jans remembers taking photos of caribou bulls in the Kobuk River 23 years ago, before digital photography. Did he get the shot?
In 2021, the descendants of famed photographer Edward S. Curtis released a book of his unpublished photos showing Alaska Natives.
Carl Johnson is an award-winning nature photographer based in Anchorage. He has a gallery and leads photo tours through Alaska Photo Treks.
Bob Kaufman has an extensive portfolio of Alaskan landscape images and often shoots photos while he’s flying his plane or helicopter.
The ten images submitted to Alaska magazine’s 2021 photo contest that received the most audience votes.
A collection of photography from Michael DeYoung, who spent more than 20 years as a professional photographer in Denali National Park.
Enjoy Alaska’s glaciers vicariously with this photo essay of glaciers around the state.
Photographer Jeff Schultz shares the story from his journey in Lake Clark National Park scouting for a place to hold Alaskan bear photo tours.