Photography

Scanned photos from a Dolt proofsheet

Warren Harding during the first ascent of the Nose of El Capitan, 1957.

Warren Harding leading the initial pitches to Sickle Ledge during the first ascent of the Nose of El Capitan, 1957.

 

Yosemite Stock Photographs, Prints and Video

 Yosemite Stock Photographs, Prints and Video

As a avid rock climber, I moved to Yosemite in 1972 and have lived here ever since. Living in Yosemite has offered me many opportunities such as rock climbing, hiking, camping, kayaking, and skiing. These adventures brought me to many unique areas of the park that sparked my interest in photography. I began to carry a camera on every excursion to capture images of climbers, skiers, and sunsets from various locations off the beaten trail.

I am the former director of the Ski Patrol at Badger Pass in Yosemite and continue to work there part time. A former Yosemite Mountaineering School Climbing and Nordic ski guide, I have climbed hundreds of Yosemite's climbing routes and have a wealth of knowledge of the park's terrain.

As a acclaimed photographer my photos have appeared in publications around the world including National Geographic Maps, Mens Journal, Climbing, and many other action sport magazines. They have also been used in catalogs such as patagonia, Black Diamond, prAna, Zeal Optics and Five Ten .

I own and operate Yosemite Stock Photographs, a website featuring a collection of his work in Yosemite, TuolumneMeadows .org, a website devoted to climbing in Tuolumne Meadows and 4yosemite.com, which offers unique lodging inside the gates of Yosemite.

 

Chris Falkenstein

Ansel Adams Images

Ansel Adams Images

Jules Fritsch skiing on Lembert Dome in 1930. Photograph by Ansel Adams. To see more Ansel Adams photos click  on read more or visit the Ansel Adams Gallery website. http://www.anseladams.com/

Greg Epperson Photographs

Greg Epperson Photographs

Hanging porta-ledge bivouac on El Capitan. Photo by Greg Epperson. To see more of Greg's fantastic photos click read more or better yet check out his site http://www.gregepperson.com/   Many of these photo's were used in the Granite Frontiers exhibit.

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