• Freshies: Early Season Powder on Snoqualmie Pass My favorite parts of going to the mountains are the scenery, the action and the friends. My least favorite parts are long drives and bad conditions. When the stars align and the Nino stays at bay, there are good odds that one can find the good without the bad. The closest mountain pass to my home […]
  • My Kits: Action Sports Photography Gear Welcome to part two of the My Kits series, in which I outline what gear I use and why I use it in my work as a professional outdoor photographer. In the first post, I broke down the essentials of my Commercial Photography Kit, a system built around image quality and gear redundancy, with little consideration […]
  • My Kits: Outdoor Commercial Photography Gear I’m often asked what type of camera equipment I use to create my images, unfortunately I struggle to answer these questions in the brief exchanges offered by the various social media platforms. See, there’s no quick answer; each piece of equipment I use is part of a whole. I think in terms of kits. Each […]
  • Is the Sony RX100 III the Best ‘Pocket’ Camera Ever? I’m a strong proponent of the idea that ‘it’s not about the camera‘. I really am. To the extent that I hesitate to write about specific pieces of equipment because it moves the conversation away from the why/where/when an image was made, and puts the focus on what combination of glass, metal and plastic was […]
  • Welcome to the new WWW.SCOTTRINCK.COM ! Welcome to the new and improved home of Scott Rinckenberger Photography, www.scottrinck.com. Thanks for visiting! Here’s a quick breakdown of the changes you’ll find on the new site: MORE PHOTOS! Art Projects Gallery – This area is for sharing collections of images that are shot for the sake of art, and are generally longer-term objectives. […]
  • In the bush with: the Olympus OM-D E-M5 The greatest camera in the world? Quite possibly (for me, anyhow). When the Olympus OM-D E-M5 was announced, I instantly decided to buy one. That was many impatient months ago. Well, my camera has arrived, and I’ve put it through the paces the only way I know how; by packing up my biking, skiing and […]