We have featured Dan’s work before however you can never get enough of a good thing. Dan Barham is originally from Manchester, UK, but now living on Vancouver’s North Shore, Dan primarily shoots mountain bike and outdoor photography for numerous editorial and commercial clients across the globe, and currently enjoys a position as one of Bike […]
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If you’ve never seen videos of Beth climbing, this is well worth a look. She is an amazing athlete who continues to amaze us. You can read more about her. here.
2000 ft. of climbing. 2 hours and 50 minutes. No rope. No harness. Or any sort of safety gear. Alone on the wall – Alex Honnold free-solos the Regular NW face of Half-Dome.
The icefall is not far from where my home in central Switzerland is, and I noticed it a while ago when passing nearby. It is such a bold line. pretty exposed with several sections of freestanding ice columns, but it takes the reference of a climber to show its whole majesty. The problem was that […]
We at EAS love this photographer [and his subjects] so much that we decided to feature him once again. Thanks again Dean for all the great photos, your 2011 calendar rocks! You can visit Stone Nudes to view the complete gallery.
No one captures nude rock climbing like Dean Fidelman. As said by himself, Stone Nudes are an extract of the art of climbing. Intended to inspire and celebrate the human form. Stone Nudes draws from the community it represents. Over the last ten years, a body of over one hundred photographs drawing from three generations […]
ABOUT THIS SHOT The original idea was to take a climbing picture using the light-painting technique combined with the night sky in long exposure. I did the first tests in 2008, shooting with film, which made me understand how to make the picture I wanted. In October 2009 I visited my friend and climber […]