Create quality products. Help fight the environmental crisis. Promote the wonders of nature.
Our aim is to cause as little harm as possible as we endeavour to create the best products. We use minimal packaging and recyclable materials at every opportunity, however we are far from perfect and are always looking for improvements as we build towards becoming a fully sustainable company.
Gobe’s team are all devoted environmentalist and we are lucky enough to be engaging with photographers who generally share our sensitivity with nature. We have the pleasure of promoting photography from wild and beautiful places around the world, aiming to cultivate a better environmental conscience and ultimately help preserve the world’s precious natural environments.
Our most tangible contribution to the environmental crisis is planting 5 trees on behalf of every customer who makes a Gobe purchase; Revitalizing damaged ecosystems and empowering local communities.   We have teamed up with an inspiring organisation, Eden Projects, and currently our customers are sponsoring planting in areas affected by severe deforestation.
  • Valley Of Fire

A (very) Photogenic American Road Trip

By |August 7th, 2017|

As little as we like pollution, we tend to agree that having a car is a great “x” factor and almost an essential thing in a photography trip. Gobe Ambassador Ben Leo Davis tells us […]

  • New Zealand Photography

New Zealand: Photographer’s Utopia

By |May 22nd, 2017|

A chat with Gobe Ambassador Matt Cherubino about his most recent photography trip to New Zealand.
  • Photography Trip

Tips for photographers heading to Northern Patagonia

By |April 27th, 2017|

A little interview with Gobe Ambassador and co- founder Chris Gooley. Chris spent 2 years living in a van exploring Latin America’s wilderness. And this was one of his favourite spots.. Take note of his Photography Tips!
What made […]

  • The Franklin River

The photo that saved the Franklin river

By |April 21st, 2017|

The campaign to save Tasmania’s Franklin and Gordon rivers, threatened by a huge hydro-electric development, ignited the green movement in Australia. The story behind the photo that gave the campaign its identity and inspired many […]

  • Godafoss Aurora Will Patino

Breathtaking Iceland Images by Will Patino

By |August 16th, 2016|

Here we have Gobe ambassador William Patino, say hi William.. “Hi”. William is an awesome photographer who travels around the world making us inspired and or jealous. He transports us to the time and place of […]

  • Outdoor Photography

23 Tips for Outdoor Photography

By |June 9th, 2016|

A nice little list of things to take in consideration on your next Outdoor Photography Trip:
1. Take your time, open your mind to your surrounds and look past the obvious.

2. Have a flexible schedule: most of […]

  • adventure photographer

Frank Hurley a Pioneer Adventure Photographer

By |May 19th, 2016|

Frank Hurley’s lifetime of awe-inspiring adventure photography began with the two ingredients necessary for any good adventure photographer, an overwhelming desire for travel and an impulse for putting himself in dangerous situations. Though these were […]

  • Cliff jumping in NZ

A photographers dream: South Island, NZ

By |April 28th, 2016|

Photographer Mark Clinton on South Island, New Zealand.
What made you want to go New Zealand?
This was actually my 4th time back to NZ however in the past I’d only ever been during Winter. The idea […]

  • Huayhuash Peru

Outdoor Photography Trip: The Peruvian Andes

By |April 15th, 2016|

Home to 20 peaks over 6000m Peru’s Cordillera Blanca is the world’s highest tropical mountain range, forming a barrier between the Pacific and the Amazon. It’s a place of such incredible magnificence, cultural intrigue and […]

  • Atacama Desert

The Atacama desert: photographers wonderland

By |March 14th, 2016|

For almost 2 years Christian and I lived in a van searching for Latin America’s most spectacular wilderness. Although having enjoyed some stunning pockets of wilderness along the way we remained a little disillusioned having […]