Epic Photography: Stunning Project for Hundreds of Mountaineers on the Alps

Mountain photography is one of the challenging tasks for any photographer especially in the cold weather of locations such as the Alps (check Creative Ways to Shoot Winter Photos).

Robert Böesch, a talented Swiss photographer, takes us into a further more challenging experience with his epic photography project on the alps mountain.

Mammut, the famous Swiss mountaineering brand, is known with its challenging campaigns, and to celebrate the 150 anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn ridge in the Alps by Edward Whymper, it assigned the photography for this special occasion to Robert Böesch to publish in its 2015 campaign.

The video below shows how the mountaineers organize the workflow with each other and climb the top of the mountain hold red light and arrange these lights in a gorgeous epic photos.

Böesch get notification if they are ready and then he take the shot with his camera. The experience was joyful for both him and climbers, they tried different position and arrangements of the light.

As seen in the video above, the epic photography project by Robert Böesch depends on the crowd of climbers to create stunning photographs using their red color clothes and red light sources. The red color contrasts with the white snow to form interesting experience.

Robert Böesch planned for number of themes that mountaineers can apply while they are in the high edges of he mountain. The epic photography examples below show us some of his talented shots. You can also visit Robert Böesch website for more examples of his amazing work (also check Stunning Winter Wonderland Photos From Talented Photographers).

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