When he was ten-years-old, Scott Stulberg’s father gave him his first camera. With that camera, a new world opened, and his imagination came to life. He grew up processing his own images in the darkroom his parents built for him in their basement, under the safelights and the smell of chemicals, he would lose track of time watching his images come to life. Scott now makes his way as a travel and stock photographer, using the skills and imagination fostered during a lifetime of capturing images.
Scott Stulberg explores the world taking photos, but his favorite place to shoot is Burma, a Southeast Asian country known for it’s beautiful coast and rich culture. Over twelve years, Scott made multiple trips to Burma (sometimes called Myanmar) to capture its amazing views. Scott’s inspiring new book, " Passage to Burma ," is a gorgeous collection of images, ranging from striking portraits to jaw-dropping landscapes, all processed with RadLab . It captures the portrait of a country in transition, yet manages to include the timeless beauty of a truly remarkable place.