Needless to say, photographs will be pivotal.  They need to capture the feel of both the routes and the crags, and make the reader want to open the book time and time again.  

We’ll use a mixture of approaches to get the photos we need, including whatever we have ‘in-house’ amongst the contributors, appealing to you, the wider climbing community, and enlisting the help of experienced photographers wherever we can.

We’re looking for crag panoramas, crag topos, action shots and ‘context’ shots that capture the feel of the climbing, crag and location (i.e. not necessarily with the crag or the climbing in the photo).  All contributors to the book – either in the form of words or photographs – will receive a complementary copy.

So, if think you can offer anything in support of the photographic content of the book please let us know and leave a comment or get in touch!  Here are some examples of images that demonstrate the basic composition and ‘feel’ (if not the quality) we’re looking for…


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