2017 is upon us, and what better time to reflect on the past year than now. Here’s my 2016 year of photoshoots, captured in exactly 50 shots.
Last september, the Climbing World Championships were held in Paris. I’ve been to a number of competitions, but in my experience these championships were quite probably the best competition ever. In this post I aim to give you a quick look at what I produced in Paris. Check inside for more pictures than you can digest!
Over the past months I’ve worked on a number of campaigns. Read on for some results, behind the scenes photos and the stories behind these shoots!
After a week of hard work and obsessing over little details I’m proud to announce the release of my photography showreel! View the highlights of my portfolio in just over two minutes.
Every climber has tried shooting some climbing photos of his mates going up the wall. A fair share of these photos could easily be improved if the aspiring photographer takes a couple of simple tips into account. Let’s take it from buttshot to beautiful!
At the recent Adidas Rockstars climbing competition, I completed a special multi day project where I shot portraits of all top competitors. Here’s what went on behind the scenes for this unique project!
When I’m shooting commercial projects I tend to capture huge volumes of photos to make sure I get the perfect shot. It can sometimes be nice to slow down though, which is exactly what I did when I took only my analog Nikon FE camera on a climbing trip to Fontainebleau with friends.
Quick heads-up: this will probably turn out to be a rather lengthy story. Bear with me though as I’ll be sharing a truely unique story about Adam Ondra, often regarded as the world’s best climber. In 2013, I photographed Adam at his local climbing crag near Brno in Czech Republic. The story and image of him climbing an 8b route wearing a blindfold made its way around the online climbing community.