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ericande


May 19, 2011, 11:34 AM
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El Cap Pano
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Recently took a trip to Yosemite. Although I wasn't able to climb I did take some shots of climbers from a distance. Here's a large pano (25k pixels wide) of El Cap. So far I found about a dozen climbers on it: http://www.ericpaulphotos.com/el_cap_pano.php


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ericande wrote:
Recently took a trip to Yosemite. Although I wasn't able to climb I did take some shots of climbers from a distance. Here's a large pano (25k pixels wide) of El Cap. So far I found about a dozen climbers on it: http://www.ericpaulphotos.com/el_cap_pano.php

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ericande


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thanks, forgot what forum I was on


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This is killer, dude! Thanks for sharing. It's fun to be able to spot routes, then zoome wya in and check them out. I'm not too familiar with El Cap, but I was able to find the Great Roof, and the Changing Corners pitches. Not hard to find those!


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Where can you see climbers? I've been looking for ages and can't spot a single one. Unless they are like tiny green or black blurs when it is fully zoomed in. I suppose thats a possibility. It's hard to wrap your mind around how huge that thing is...


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FullertonImages wrote:
This is killer, dude! Thanks for sharing. It's fun to be able to spot routes, then zoome wya in and check them out. I'm not too familiar with El Cap, but I was able to find the Great Roof, and the Changing Corners pitches. Not hard to find those!

Thanks, I kinda wanna go back with a 200mm prime or something an even more detailed one but I think anymore and my computer would blow up.

Redonkulus, the easiest guys to spot are found if you zoom straight in to the dead middle and scroll very slightly down. Haul bags are the easiest way to spot them, then you can follow the ropes and see them.


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