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That alpine glow, tho.
Overlander Trail
Rainbow at Tak Falls.
Malaigne Canyon, Jasper National Park, AB, Canada
North Cascades National Park
Giau Pass, Dolomites
Gertrude's Nose
Buttermilk Falls Overlook
Dining Hall
Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness
Kaaterskill Falls
White Lake Natural Resource Area
Trail in the North Cascades
Flume Gorge
The Great Swamp
Misty Bar Island
Ganoga Falls
High Peaks Wilderness
The Appalachian Trail in NJ
Cabin on the Lake
Backpacking the Olympic Coast
The Narrows
Shenandoah Waterfall
Bright Angel Trail
Snowmass Mountain
Dock on Breakneck Pond
Backpacking in Colorado
Bass River State Forest
The Wilderness Coast
Longs Peak
Adirondack Backpacking
Great Pink Sand Dunes
Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse
Fall Foliage in Kaaterskill Clove
Sunrise on Long Beach Island
Pine Meadow Creek
Hunter's Beach Bridge

Promote your destination and outdoor recreation with vivid, dynamic photography and videography. With an undeniable interest in all things outdoorsy, I have a wonderful eye when capturing what makes natural spaces unique and exciting. Having worked with tourism bureaus, governmental bodies, departments of land management, and non-profits alike, Krysti Sabins Photography is the perfect fit for your park’s promotional needs.


Visuals are a key part of any marketing initiative. Websites, pamphlets, posters, mailings, and newsletters all benefit immensely from eye-catching photography and media. If you would like to discuss the possibilities for your park, preserve, or refuge, let’s work together - contact me today!

Adventure Travel and Tourism Photography

“Krysti developed a fantastic promotional video for Warren County's White Lake preserve. Friendly, creative, and diligent, she was a pleasure to work with. She naturally understood the concept we had in mind and quickly crafted it into reality. She captured the essence of White Lake by selecting music that was tranquil yet still fun, took beautiful shots of the park to highlight its different features, and even included some action shots of hiking and kayaking which we especially enjoyed. We’re excited to release the video so people can learn more about beautiful Warren County and we look forward to working with her on future projects.”

- Corey Tierney, Director at the Land Preservation Department at Warren County

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