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26th Apr 2010 B&W or Colour?

            Black & White                 or                  Colour I can't decide which i like best - its for a brochure. I kinda prefere the colour version but everyone else seems to prefere the B&W, what do you think?  

MARMOT COMP 15th Apr 2010 Marmot Comp advert

Outdoor clothing company Marmot are running a competition in conjunction with the British climbing magazine "Climb" I think it made the back page - here's a preivew of young Scott Webster styling his way up some mixed terrain.

western front 15th Apr 2010 The Best of the Best - Great Western

"The cliff is visited by climbers of exceptional skill and climbing of a somewhat desperate danger is indulged in" (C.E.Benson 1906) Last week on a sunny but typically windswept Yorkshire day I came up against one of the true Giants of British Rock Climbing, and no it's not young Alex Hughes hanging by her outstretched arms before you rack your brain trying to put a name to the face, (although...

DMM Poster 12th Apr 2010 New DMM Poster

A couple of weeks ago the Birmingham NEC played host to the hotly awaited "Outdoor Show"  DMM the Llamberis gear manufacturer who's motto is "Climb now, Work later" chose one of my images of their newly signed sponsored climber Lucy Creamer to make into a poster. The photo, shows Lucy onsighting a stunning route called "Little Lat of the Big Men E5 6a" on one of the spectacular sea cliffs...

Stefan Glowacz 9th Apr 2010 Articles, Covers and new Clients.

 Its been a busy month and we're less than half way through. Just seen the latest issue of the UK based climbing magazine, Climber and its great to see a couple of features in there with my name on them. I guess as good as any place to start is the cover. It's one of mine, a photo originally taken for a feature illustrating a great crag in the Peak District National Park (England) called Gardoms...

Breakfast 1st Apr 2010 Going Pano

Shooting any kind of commercial work is always challenging. Working to a brief, with models and in a foreign location always adds that little "extra" to the mix.  I'd recently been involved with a new client and had been discussing the possibility of working with them to produce images for their Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter collections. we'd just about done as much as we could via email and...