Alpine Exposures: A Photo Gallery
The core values that form the foundations of our sport are values that I uphold in my work as well. I shoot as a climber not as a photographer. I like to shoot the real and honest truth behind climbing because at the end of the day photos can hide a lot as well. Technology has supplied us with ever-increasingly powerful software that allow us to alter and change images. In a place where you may find yourself at your most honest and genuine in life it seems sad when I see images taken that have been altered to make them more "poppy" and eye catching to the viewer.[Photo] Jon Griffith
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