/ NEW ARTICLE: Jon Griffith - My Top 20 Photos, Part 2
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Re the yellow halo around the Midi arete photo, my wife has found this with her Nikon D70, it doesn't like highly saturated yellows (in her case it was a shot including buttercups) and tended to clip some patches of yellow into red. Nikon themselves couldn't find any problems, and replaced the camera with a new one which still did the same...
Amazing photos. Thanks for sharing them Jon.
And the coffee table sized book?
Superb pictures Jon.
Thank you, Jon. Some of the most spectacular, hardest won, and inspiring mountain shots I've seen. Can't wait for the book!
Some great shots, but some could do with exposure / white balance correcting.
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