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  • Photo Story: Red Bull Rampage
  • stwhannah
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    kayak23
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    Amazing photos. A photographers dream event I imagine.
    Some of them seem to convey the scale better than you get in moving images.

    I tried to look at the ad-free members edition, but loads of the photos had Red Bull branding in them… 😉

    stwhannah
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    @Kayak23 I think it takes something special to take a picture that grabs your attention out of all the others at Rampage. It all gets a bit ‘oh, there’s another person flying through the air/riding down a cliff/upside down above a massive canyon’ and somehow the awe of it is easily lost with so many shots. There are a few in here that have had me stop and stare many times over. That Jaxson Riddle one…I love it so much!

    kayak23
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    Fully agree. There really are some cracking shots. Hard to make shots stand out when so many must be snapped at the event but they did here.

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