Camaraderie and pushing equipment to the limit ›

One of the most interesting projects we’ve worked on recently has been the Epic Trails TV series for Outside TV. As I’m sure you know ‘Interesting’ is a euphemism that can cover all manner of things and in the case of our filming of Epic Trails the “interesting” moments covered pretty much every emotion in the book – from euphoria to exhaustion.

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

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Training Session with Shauna Coxsey - Pictorial ›

Shauna Coxsey’s already the most successful competitive climber in British history, also one of only four women ever to have climbed a boulder route graded 8B+: the third-most difficult rating of all. Here's an insight into her training routine.

Thursday, March 8th, 2018

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Lost in Adventure feat. Sean Conway – Ordnance Survey ›

Adventure is simply a way of thinking... Adventurer Sean Conway has been supporting OS' GetOutside campaign since it launched in 2015. Find out why Sean loves to GetOutside and how you can find your own adventures around Britain every day.

Monday, March 5th, 2018

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New Cuillin Ridge winter traverse record by Uisdean Hawthorn ›

On Monday 26th of February 24 Year old Scot Uisdean Hawthorn set a new record for a winter traverse of Skye’s iconic Cuillin Ridge with his time of 4 hours, 57 minutes and 7 seconds knocking more than an hour and a quarter off the previous quickest ascent.

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

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Film-maker, film-maker make me a film – by Ian Parnell ›

With the increasing quality of budget video cameras and free editing software included with many laptops there is a perception nowadays that film-making is a simple process open to everyone. But lets be honest about this when you shortcut the systems you usually shortcut the results.

Monday, February 12th, 2018

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2017 Round Up ›

I’ve left this round up of 2017 for so long, mainly because I’m still processing everything that has happened and what it all means for us as a business.

Where do I even start?

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

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Making a difference – LWimages join 1% for the Planet ›

We’re proud to announce that LWimages have joined 1% for the Planet, the global environmental network. As a member LWimages will donate 1% of our annual sales to assist with environmental initiatives carried out by our chosen non-profit environmental organisations working with climate change and renewable energy.

Monday, November 13th, 2017

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Mountain Equipment – Portrait Series ›

During 2016 LWimages were commissioned by Mountain Equipment to take a portfolio of portraits of some of the adventurers, climbers and artists they work with. We thought it would be interesting to let you into some of the thoughts processes behind the project from Lukasz.

Monday, June 5th, 2017

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The Power of Adventure Travel – Epic Trails Jordan ›

We live in a world dominated by scary headlines filled with stories of distrust and intolerance. Barriers both real and imagined are used to divide people. But is this a true representation of the world?

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

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Meet the LWimages team – Ulrika Larsson – LWimages Studio Director/Producer ›

In the second of our occasional interview series with the LWimages team we ask our Swedish dynamo Ulrika Larsson about her back ground in Ecotourism, the wonders of adventure kayaking and just what exactly does a Studio Director do.

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

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Searching for Magic – by Ian Parnell ›

As many times a winter as possible, work and family commitments allowing, I get in my car and drive for 7, 8 or sometimes as much as 10 hours northwards from my home in Sheffield in the hope of finding good Scottish winter climbing conditions.

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

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The Power Of Role Models – by Ian Parnell ›

When Kathy Switzer entered the Boston Marathon in 1967 she used her first name initial knowing that women were not allowed to run the race. At that time many of those in positions of power thought women incapable of distance running -

Thursday, February 9th, 2017

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The Future Of Climbing | What our sport will look like in 2050 – by Ian Parnell ›

Imagine a summer’s evening in the late 1970s. Two climbers sit atop Gogarth, the centrepiece in British climbing’s insatiable thirst for new routes at the time. As the sun begins to dip into the Irish Sea the climbers, Pat Littlejohn and Ron Fawcett, share thoughts on the current state of climbing.

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

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First Times – by Ian Parnell ›

We all have humble beginnings. Here our Creative Director Ian Parnell experiences ‘full conditions’ on his first Scottish winter route, a lowly Cairngorms grade I. It’s from unforgettable moments like these that we’ve built our experience to work in the World’s most challenging environments.

Friday, December 9th, 2016

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Master of His Craft | SEIKO with Craig Mainprize ›

One of the things we pride ourselves with at LWimages is our versatility. We believe we’ve got the skills, experience and adaptability to ‘get the shot’ whether we are filming in a mountain top blizzard or 100ft below the surface in a dark cave.

Thursday, December 8th, 2016

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World Climbing Calendar 2017 – Simon Carter and Co. ›

The World Climbing Calendar 2017 is back!

It’s a collaboration with some of the world’s best climbing photographers — Samuel Bie, Simon Carter, King Climbers, John Evans, John Price, Jim Thornburg and Lukasz Warzecha.

Tuesday, September 5th, 2016

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National Geographic – Adventure Photo of the Week ›

You can see the image in full on the National Geographic website together with their caption and below my more detailed full interview.

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

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Not the same old hat! – Climb Magazine cover ›

We all know creating fresh and competing work is very important, but when shooting well photographed locations that can be a real challenge. You’ve really got to go the extra mile in exploring the angles, light conditions and finally your subject matter.

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

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