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Comments by matttracyg (44)


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4 out of 5 stars Great lighting on the climber. Good job!

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4 out of 5 stars Excellent! The buildings that are visible in the break in the clouds look great. Clean the slide and rescan though.

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That's gotta hurt! How could such a large part of the skin on your had do that?

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Cool Shot. The pink noodle is too distracting.

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3 out of 5 stars I like the photo, but the tree on the right is distracting. The lighting on the climber and the trees in the background is good, and the color of the rock is interesting, but my suggestion would be to have changed the camera position to crop out the tree, or to use a longer lens. Good job. Keep the pics coming.

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4 out of 5 stars Great job! Nice lighting on the rock.

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The Valley --- How can you go wrong with a picture shot there. Nice unusual colors.

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4 out of 5 stars Great B/W image. The contrast is really good. I used to use TMAX film a lot, but had too much difficulty printing it with the proper contrast. You ought to try the Ilford Delta b/w films.

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4 out of 5 stars Simply Beautiful

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4 out of 5 stars Sharp!

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Cool!

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Interesting lighting. But the whole image needs to tilt to the right more. Notice the horizon and the belayer are leaning left.

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Nice to see the young ones climbing. You must be proud.
Be safe. Petzl makes a helmet that would fit him.

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Nice shot. Fantastic colors! Are they digitally modified at all? Velvia??? Please share more details.

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Sweet! Is Cam climbing or moving the boulder? That dude is STRONG!

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Fantastic! I love the colors!

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I love your selective focus. Good job!

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Cute. I'm impressed that she carries AND places protection. And to boot it's passive protection!

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4 out of 5 stars Beautiful! The moment you've captured really gives the viewer the feeling of being there. And those clouds! You've made me feel like I was climbing that route.

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4 out of 5 stars After seeing one of your other great shots, I clicked on the link to see all your shots and you've got some stunning images out here. The woman that's doing all the trad climbing is quite the climber as well. Brilliant job. Have you had any images published in mags?

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Interesting. Film or digitial? How did you get the right exposure?

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Nice Shot! I hope you shot a bunch more from that same spot. Post more please.

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musicman is right; The route is much steeper than it appears. If you have enough of an image to do this, maybe you could rotate it and crop so that the draws point down. It would be way steep then!

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saltamonte: He was 3 years old when he first went climbing.

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4 out of 5 stars Great Shot! The skin tones on her back are really good. The color on her face makes it look like she may be holding her breath.
Clausti - Did you send the route?

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He didn't actually send the whole route. But has done 5.7. Because he's way less than 4 feet tall, often times he just can't reach the holds. I guess I can't complain about tall people any more.

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3 out of 5 stars Thanks for sparing us and only showing it in b/w.

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5 out of 5 stars And people wonder why we climb. THIS IS WHY!
Gorgeous shot!

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4 out of 5 stars Looks great! What modifications did you make to the image?

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I suspected it was the RRG. Nice shot. It's pretty difficult to get an open air shot clear of foliage, as it's so thick there. A day of climbing in the gorge wouldn't be complete without having a pizza at Miguels!

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4 out of 5 stars Kaitlyn sure is having fun! Nice shot.

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f8 and be there.

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4 out of 5 stars The lighting on just the climber (and the fern) is great. Although I think the shot would look more natural if you rotated it 90 degrees clockwise.

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Cute! She looks like a little Ewok from Star Wars.

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4 out of 5 stars Ahhh, has to be the Gunks! The lighting and the sky are beautiful. Good job. Too bad the belayer is in the picture.

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4 out of 5 stars Lovely. The yellow trees and the little climber in the foreground look really good. Too bad Rc.com won't let you put a really big version of this image on here.

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To Infinity, and Beyond !

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Perfect timing! What shutter speed?

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5 out of 5 stars Fantastic! I rarely rate a photo 10. But you got it.

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Very Nice. You've really captured her movements and her facial expression. I've seen too many photos that look good, but all you can see is the back of the person's head.
Cool lighting too.

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4 out of 5 stars A dyno on lead, where it's runout, and on trad! You go!

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Beautiful. Notice how only one person is walking and the others look like they're crawling! Now that's high exposure.

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It's been a while since I've done that one, but I'd have to agree that it's far from being 10b.

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It's in Colorado Springs, CO