Category: Travel

Cross-Country COLD: Lite Travelers

In 2015 Corban Lundborg retrained into public affairs through the Air Force Reserve. He spent six months in photojournalism school at Fort Meade, Maryland. Upon completion Corban was inspired to travel, paint and photograph the United States. In 2016 he spent a year living in a van while touring the country (Cross-Country COLD Tour), then […]

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Air Force: NAB Show 2018

Airmen attend NAB Show 2018, where ground-breaking technology is unveiled, innovative solutions are displayed and game-changing trends are exposed. National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show 2018 (Photos by Corban Lundborg) Military combat cameramen are sent into some of the most extreme conditions a photographer and broadcaster may face in a career. The professionals are required […]

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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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