Women on the Water: Erin Ranney, Wildlife Photographer & Commercial Fisherman

5/8/2020 - Alicia Biggart, US Harbors's Content Editor, recently had the chance to speak with Erin Ranney, a professional wildlife camerawoman, commercial Salmon fisher and deep sea video engineer about how she got into such varied lines of work. [caption id="attachment_34810" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Salmon fishing in Alaska.[/caption] ERIN: My name is Erin… SEE MORE
Photo Courtesy of TIFF

Summer’s Must-See Feminist Sailing Documentary

7/1/2019 - By Paul Chi. In 1989, British sailor Tracy Edwards made history—and defied critics—by leading the first all-female crew to successfully complete the Whitbread Round the World yacht race, one of the longest and most grueling competitions of its kind. Her inspiring story is featured in Alex Holmes’s exciting new documentary,… SEE MORE
Going courtesy of Peter Ralston

Taking Better Photographs on the Water

2/11/2019 - Certain environments lend themselves as better photographic subjects than others. The waterfront is one such environment, whether it's the vast oceans, calm bays, lazy rivers or busy harbors. So the next time you find yourself and your camera on the waterfront—at a marina, pier or shoreline, follow a few simple… SEE MORE