When we view dramatic photos of athletes climbing a sheer cliff, skiing down a high snowy mountain or doing other dangerous activities, we rarely think of the photographer(s) behind the camera or videocamera often sharing the same risks as the athletes. These are photographers who go the distance to take the shot. Many of them are also athletes, climbing side by side with the expert climber.
In this article by Jill Waterman, seven photographers (Mike Arzt, Art Wolfe, Arthur Morris, Jeff Cable, Michael Clark, Don Smith, and Paul Moon) recount their experiences in cheating death for a photograph.
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