Midwest Photo was founded in 1989 in Columbus, Ohio and became a partner to Alpine Labs in 2020 selling the Pulse product. For more information on Midwest Photo please check out their website: https://mpex.com/. For Pulse sales, check out their page: https://mpex.com/alpine-labs-pulse-camera-remote.html.
To the first time night photographer, the intrepid backpacker, the time lapse aficionado, the experimentalist, the traveler, the visionary... To the thousands of photographers already a part of Alpine community, thank you for being here and sharing your stories.
Will and Jim Pattiz (brothers) began the More Than Just Parks (MTJP) project in 2014 and kicked off a decade plus journey to chronicle every single National Park with time lapse and film. On their first film (Olympic National Park) they shot with Radian to match the light and fast style necessary for this kind of work. After the film release, Alpine Labs and the Pattiz brothers began a multi year partnership that continues to grow. MTJP has expanded into creating films for the National Forest Service and the Department of the Interior to showcase the stunning variety of landscapes in the United States, often times in places that see many fewer visitors than the National Parks. We hope their work continues to inspire people to get outside and enjoy these national treasures right in our backyard.
Filming America’s National Parks and public lands requires specialized gear that enables you to capture some of the most incredible landscapes in the world. We went to Alpine Labs from the start and have never looked back. - Jim Pattiz.
"Alpine Labs gear has been there from the start for us and has been the most used pieces equipment throughout our films. We don't go anywhere without it." - Will Pattiz
I'm all about documenting authentic real-life love stories through photography - and that includes our own. We never leave for a trip without our Spark or Pulse packed, ready to explore, discover new perspectives, and return with stories behind every waterfall trek, mountain hike, and campervan adventure.
- Lynn Lewis, Wedding and Proposal Photographer.
The Skyglow Project is about showing people what we’re losing with the eradication of the night sky. Alpine Labs gear is invaluable in helping us capture the beauty of our endangered skyscapes. Their products help us shoot amazing footage without having to lug around super heavy and expensive equipment. - Gavin Heffernan
Alpine Labs has helped SKYGLOW capture the wonder of the night skies for years, especially those day to night transitions that cannot be accomplished by camera alone.
- Harun Mehmedinovic