Author: Corban Lundborg

Gear List: Personal Camera Kit

Personal camera kit as of 2017 (I say personal because I also have a military issued Nikon camera kit) I receive dozens of messages asking what kind of camera I use or what I would recommend for a new camera buyer. First things first, the camera is a tool. The camera does what you tell it to […]

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Cross Country COLD: Complete

My travel map shows that my route was not the easiest route around the country, but then again, I have never been a fan of easy. After roughly 8 months of driving, painting and exploring the beautiful American landscapes I returned to the snowy cold of Minneapolis, Minnesota in my van. I have reached my […]

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Cross Country COLD: Kickoff

  I slid the last of my art supplies under the bed in my new home. Freezing rain fell around me as I slammed the van doors shut. I recently purchased a Ford utility van to double as both my new mobile studio and my urban-camping home. Equipped with a desk, twin-sized bed, and storage […]

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Cross Country COLD: Purchased

  The last couple drops of lukewarm hotel coffee hit my mouth as my eyelids hung heavy. I was seated behind a government computer in a classroom full of sage tiger-striped Air Force uniforms. I was attending military photojournalism classes at the Defense Information School at Ford Meade, Maryland when a cross country photography trip […]

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Africa: Homecoming

I wanted to make my last night in Africa memorable so I decided I wanted to sleep on the street in Gaberone, the capital city of Botswana. I went out looking for a good place to urban camp under the stars (no tent, no sleeping bag) and while I was walking with my duffle a […]

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Africa: Khayelitsha Gunman

The intense African sun rays poured into my hostel room with no invitation. I awoke to an empty room, Lucile my beautiful French roommate had left for her class already. I stumbled out onto the balcony, welcomed by the noisy Cape Town streets I checked my watch, and the date displayed reminded me it was […]

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