Riding Thrones: A Live Q&A with Lorenz Holder

Regardless of how seriously you take your photography, this is your chance to ask two-time Red Bull Illume-winning photographer, Lorenz Holder, a question.

Riding Thrones: A Live Q&A with Lorenz Holder

The Outdoor Journal has teamed up with f-stop, to give you the chance to ask internationally acclaimed action photographer Lorenz Holder anything. It might be about his inspiration, or tricks of the trade, so that you can capture that perfect shot.

In his latest project, Lorenz uses some memorable backdrops from Game of Thrones, and his subject Red Bull BMX rider Senad Grosic, to create a stark contrast between the real world action of BMX and the fictional world of Game of Thrones’ Westeros.

HOW YOU CAN TAKE PARTLorenz will be live on the Outdoor Journal Instagram account from his Riding Thones exhibition, to answer your questions, on Friday 28th September, at 12pm EST / 6pm CET.

  1. Give the Outdoor Journal Instagram account a follow here.
  2. Give yourself the best chance of having your question answered by Lorenz, by dropping an e-mail to us via contact@OutdoorJournal.com. Lorenz will also take questions in realtime.
  3. Make sure that you join us on Friday, Lorenz might even invite you to join the broadcast in a split screen.Before then, you will find a some of Lorenz's amazing shots below, and a little video that introduces Riding Thrones.
The Haunted Forest. Photo: Lorenz Holder

"About three years ago I was watching the first episode of the first season of Game of Thrones,” said Holder. “I can still remember how it hit me when I saw that first location – what they call the Haunted Forest. My mind just said, “Wow.” The landscapes and the look of the world of Westeros were amazing to see. I was immediately inspired and I knew I wanted to shoot there."

The Kingsroad. Photo: Lorenz Holder
Outside Winterfell. Photo: Lorenz Holder
Dorne Dragonstone. Photo: Lorenz Holder
Entering Westeros. Photo: Lorenz Holder

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