Re-Gram: 10 Climbing Photographers to Watch

Add these 10 photographers to your feed for a constant source of climbing stoke.
By Climbing Staff ,

Caro North from Switzerland fought her way up Big Guy (5.11) on her first trip to Indian Creek, using every non-offwidth technique in the book.
—Drew Smith (@drewsplan

Daniel Woods bears down deep in the heart of the El Chonta Cave, Mexico.
—John Evans (@johnevansphoto)

Nick Greenwell sticks the dynamic beta on a bouldery 5.12c in southern Spain.
—Tara Kerzhner (@tarakerzhner)

That decisive moment for the climber, it brings power. The natural environment that surrounds them, it brings peace. Ben Rueck sending on Judas Goat (5.14a), Redstein Crag.
—Jeff Rueppel (@jeffrueppel)

Macciza Macpherson, the wizard of trad, and Zac Vertrees give it their all to unlock a magnificent multi-pitch line at the Carne Walls in the Blue Mountains, Australia.
—Kamil Sustiak (@kamil_sustiak)

Lynn Hill is a true living legend. As the first person to ever bag a free ascent of the Nose on El Capitan in Yosemite, she was incredible to photograph.
—Michael Lim (@murkytimes)

My friend Matt Lloyd makes the final moves on Double Stout (5.13) in Clear Creek Canyon. No matter how many places I visit and photograph, Clear Creek always feels like home.
—Joshua Edric Perez (@joshuaedric)

Sometimes you get a crazy idea like taping your camera to your fixed line. And sometimes, crazy becomes awesome.
—Irene Yee (@ladylockoff)

Caysha Fleischmann gets humbled on Solitaire (5.7) during her first trip to The Needles of South Dakota.
—Jason ebauer (@jasongebauerphotography)

You can’t help but feel like a king on this Rocklands Classic. Nat Gustafson rides a killer rail on Vanity (7A+/V7).
—John Wesely (@lightningsnaps)

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