4 episodes

Discover photo tourism in Alaska!
Scott Slone has traveled to all regions of Alaska guiding photographers and film crews over the last 20 years, and now he's going to help you get to some of the best locations Alaska has to offer!

Alaska PodShow Scott Slone

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 16 Ratings

Discover photo tourism in Alaska!
Scott Slone has traveled to all regions of Alaska guiding photographers and film crews over the last 20 years, and now he's going to help you get to some of the best locations Alaska has to offer!

    The Iditarod Experience

    The Iditarod Experience

    Experience Alaska's Iditarod Sled Dog Tour with Scott Slone, and learn how you can signup to join one of these great adventures. Music in this episode from:
    Hobo Jim
    Thunderfoot Album
    Song "Iditarod Trail"
    Get Music: iTunes | CD Baby | Amazon
    Show Links:
    Iditarod Sled Dog Race
    https://iditarod.com
    Planet Earth Adventures
    Iditarod Tour
    https://discoverak.com
    The First Iditarod: "Mushers' Tales from the 1973 Race"
    Author: Helen Hegener
    Amazon Kindle and Paperback
    Get on the show!
    Comment line: +1 907-331-4361
    Email: alaskapodshow@gmail.com

    • 24 min
    • video
    Episode Trailer: The Iditarod Experience

    Episode Trailer: The Iditarod Experience

    Join Scott on March 17th, 2021
    I'll be talking about the Iditarod Sled Dog Race experience, and how you can get yourself a seat for the 50th Iditarod Sled Dog Race next year!

    The Iditarod is considered the Last Great Race on Earth, where man, woman, and dog are put to the test as they travel 1049 miles across Alaska.

    Sponsored by:
    Planet Earth Adventures at DiscoverAK.com

    • 1 min
    • video
    Photo Tip: Storytelling in Photography

    Photo Tip: Storytelling in Photography

    Hello Photo Adventurers!
    If you’re anything like me, it’s hard not to get excited to hit the trail. If you’re on a photo trek, consider telling your story by documenting your adventure. In this short video, I introduce my approach to one of my favorite winter photo treks to Portage Glacier!
    Points for telling your story:
    Consider sharing the preparation of your trek or trip, like packing and logistics. Document the travel, you may not use it, but at least you have it should anything exciting happen along the way that really makes the adventure noteworthy. Don’t forget the establishing shots that mark the beginning of your adventure. What does all the gear look like? What’s the weather like? Are there any landmarks that identify your destination or location? How about signage? While you’re photographing en route to your final destination, don’t forget some trail shots. If your trek is going to be a workout, it’s always fun to show how dirty we get along the way! You’ve arrived at the big location! If you’re the first one on there, sometimes getting a shot of the landscape untouched will add more to your story. After all the beautiful shots have been taken… Don’t forget to have a little fun by taking selfies, hero shots, and the like. Always remember the beginning, middle, and end. Humanize your adventure, because that authenticity really connects people to the experience and the winning photo.
    Have a tip I missed?
    Please share in the comment section below.
    – Thanks, Scott!

    • 1 min
    Alaska PodShow Pilot

    Alaska PodShow Pilot

    Welcome to an all-new Alaska PodShow podcast with Scott Slone! This pilot episode introduces what's ahead and how to subscribe to the show.

    This show is dedicated to my family, friends, and fans who have encouraged me to bring this show back! 

    Music in this episode from:
    Hobo Jim
    "Woodsmoke"
    Get Music: iTunes | CD Baby | Amazon

    Tape Machines, Nbhd Nick & Le June
    "Br1ghter"
    Get Music: iTunes | Amazon
    Get on the show!
    Comment line: +1 907-331-4361
    Email: alaskapodshow@gmail.com

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Wingborn ,

Good, but needs some help with camera work

Most of the camera work is very nice, but the camera operator needs to learn that when you're shooting a talking head shot you need to hold still, and not be zooming all over the place. Find a zoom and focus that gets the job done and then leave it alone. Other than that one _small_ criticism, the series is GREAT!

DesertPilot.com ,

Great show

This show is one of the best travel show I've seen on iTunes. They visit some great places + it's in HD and shot beautifully.

Gesegnet ,

Fantastic

I often run into people that say that they "heard" Alaska is beautiful. If you are one of those people, you simply must watch this podcast, you'll then understand why so many people rate Alaska as one of their favorite places on earth.

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