Scott Rinckenberger is a Seattle based fine art landscape and adventure photographer specializing in capturing the most pristine and wild places his legs, skis and bikes will carry him. After training under one of the most high profile photographers in the industry, Scott seamlessly segued a professional ski career into a successful photography business built on sharing images and stories accessed via a love of adventure and exploration. Scott’s work has been featured in art exhibitions across the US, and Scott has appeared widely in the North American media both as a photographer and as an outdoor athlete. Scott’s clients include Powder, REI and Intel. For more information check out www.scottrinck.com
While pioneering and documenting a first descent on a peak in the Snoqualmie Pass backcountry of Washington State, I looked down our intended route and found my ski partner's tips perched precariously, and photogenically on the literal edge. I fitted my wide angle lens to capture the breadth of the forested environment below, snapped a few shots and watched as my partner commenced to flash the line and fly out safely on the valley floor. My turn...
This image is currently being in consideration for publishing in Powder Magazine early next season.