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this is for those who take pictures while climbing. Hey if there is alot in backgroung worth exposing do you think its a good thing or not. I know if it's worth it then do it, but your the professional si you tell me. Do you have any advice to give to me about taking the perfect picture (professionally)because im thinking about sending in some pictures to a magazine. THANKS,
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Check out the photos that are published in the magazines that you're interested in sending your photos to for consideration. Most mags have a style that they encourage: Rock & Ice tends to like a bit more variety than Climbing but both have their likes/dislikes. When it comes to original ideas or more artistic shots, I'd go with R&I


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