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Ice climb-2



A climber tackling an ice cliff

A climber tackling an ice cliff
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Behind The Lens

Location
It was in the Okanagan Valley, north of Vernon, British Columbia. There is a cliff face there that was covered in ice. Some people were practicing ice climbing.
Time
I believe it was in the early afternoon
Lighting
It was an overcast day.
Equipment
I used my Nikon D3000 DSLR with a Nikon 55-200 zoom lens.
Inspiration
I was attracted first by the climber and then by the color tones of the ice.
Editing
Just minimal post-processing,like tweaking contrast and sharpness.
In my camera bag
Nikon D3000,Sony Cybershot
Feedback
Try to get a close shot while still keeping the icy surroundings. Don't worry if the climber is not high up from the ground. Don't show the ground. I saw a magazine shot being taken and the subject was only a few feet higher up. Although show some bottom space and top space. More top space if you want to emphasize the amount to be climbed. More bottom to emphasize the amount already climbed

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