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Alex Fitzner is fine!

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No filters overlord, just exposed for the sky and high contrast for the print.

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This section is the crux of the route. It gets a 5.7 due to the slabby angle and plethora of small feet on the face.

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Notice the blue box to belayers right? That's correct, it IS a case of bud light!

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That pitch doesnt go clean without fixed gear.

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Correction, its an American flag helmullet!

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Definitely really a crack. Not a flake. Unless you want to call a humungous chunk of granite a flake.

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Nice interpretation there Copperhead, and I'd say pretty right on. The dike is diorite(chossy as hell much like on the NA Wall). There are white dikes in the rock like you guessed, only much smaller than the diorite one. They may even cut the diorite if I remember correctly. Ill try to find another pic with better rock detail.

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Murf- a few hook moves and dicey cam placements seperate those pieces. As I was clipping that pin (first piece above the belay), the instant I got my etrier on to the sucker the $#!&ty piece I was on blew out. I guess it was a good pin.

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5 out of 5 stars Its the gym here in Tampa; Vertical Ventures.

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Ya, thats his first piece. You could place pieces earlier, but its easy ground and causes serious ropedrag.

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Don't worry Reno, these photos are fakes. They're screen grabs from the soon to be released Extreme Rock Climbing video game. You have to know the secret code to get to this level.

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Yes, the flake in the background is actually connected to the one in the foreground. The traverse is underneath a small roof.

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This shot was taken from Big Sur Ledge. The climber is rapelling back after fixing a pitch between Big Sur and the Black Dihedral.

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The dihedral is called Psychadelic Delusions of the Digital Man if aided. If done free its Electric Kool Aid Acid Test. Nothing goes up the blank face. Predator goes up the dark water streak on the far right side

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Its a running problem..as in you run full speed at it and somehow use your momentum to carry you over the lip.

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No no no. He came off the captain.

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Fisheye.

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Short-dicking at its finest (worst?).

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You guys are silly. Look closely and you'll notice he's actually got half of a chicken wing in his mouth. Apparently they work better than powerbars.

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Cracklover - its a scanned slide, but you're right; the focus is not quite 100% sharp.

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Technically 3 pitches but actually 4. Invisible Airwaves doesn't top-out itself. From the finish of I.A. you take the Brain Wall to the top. I.A. is 3 pitches (linked to 2) followed by 2 more on the Brain Wall.

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4 out of 5 stars Thats funny. He's wearing five ten Moccasyms.

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Right on copperhead!

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3 out of 5 stars Never hurts to ask Manacubus. I wasn't trying to start an issue, just wondering if its a natural depth of field is all.

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3 out of 5 stars Nice pic. Is the background that out of focus on the slide or is it p.s.'ed? Seems a bit unnatural.

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4 out of 5 stars Good shot. Can you remove the yellow cast?

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This climb is turning out to be the new Iron Man Traverse as far as being photographed way too much! Would someone hurry up and send it!

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3 out of 5 stars How fast of a lens are you using? 1.4?

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4 out of 5 stars Nice! Upload a bigger and better quality image!

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Is that old lady still around that used to live at the house at Red Bluff?

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3 out of 5 stars God I love that hold!

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He made it.

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This thing was a motherscratcher to solo!

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Choss.........you crack me up!

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Good shot! A graduated neutral density ilter would've made it an incredible shot.

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The nest's there, don't know if anybody's home though.

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4 out of 5 stars D-money - you got your thermometer upside down. You meant cool, very cool.

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What does (cough) slab mean? Is it a new grading system?

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I put some more red in it, it does look better.

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Is that the Roadtrip Wonderchild Chris T on the right there!?

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Sbclimber - there's pleny of exposure, just not on that pitch. See that big-arse roof above the belayer? Sure ya do. Now, realize that the next pitch of this route goes out the far side of that roof. Mmm hmmm. Also, realize that the other side of the buttress that the climber is on is quite overhanging. So, add together the 100 feet of unobstructed air below you, and the fact youre climbing out and turning a substantial roof = exposure.

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Ya, he's actually a boulderer, so for this problem he thought it would be funny to wear a harness, rope and gear.

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No, not taken from Birdland. Fixed rope was on Birdcage anchors.

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Ahhhhh, my first aid pitch ever. Now, if only I could free it on LEAD.......................

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4 out of 5 stars Why not?

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Ya, geeze.... your background is blurry! Cant you hold still!? Oh wait, whats that you say, DOF? Nice shot!

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4 out of 5 stars Thanks musicman

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Gotta love Invisible! If when you finished this pitch you didn't lower to the Waste ledge(Brevard Balcony as you put it) and do the giant swing, you should be severely punished.

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I love self-cleaning gear (unless I'm gonna fall)! Socal - this thing may go free someday, but probably not anytime soon.

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4 out of 5 stars Hey buddy, keep your slobber off my crack!

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Huh!?

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4 out of 5 stars J_ung - I think this IS my favorite route of all time. I can't even count the number of times Ive climbed it. I was trying to get the "man this thing is awesome I wish it went on forever" feel with the image.

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4 out of 5 stars Man, nice depth! What lens did you shoot this with? Love the contrast of the climbers' bright gear and jacket against the dull background and rock.

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Kourva!!!!!!!

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Very very long drop!

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After all the comments, I've uploaded a new sharper version of this photo.

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Ya numbnut.

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No entrees, but we had El Cap for dessert.

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Its along the river, duhhhh.

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Ha. You crack me up cchildre. This is area is called box canyon. This route is back in the canyon in a bend. I just happened to be there at the right time of day and year to see the sun light up just this route. The light follows the route exactly.

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Merced River below the Valley. Thats all Im sayin!

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Fuji Provia scanned with a Nikon Supercoolscan 4000. Just took a spot reading off the light section and prayed for the best.

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Wow, he's got really nice eyes.

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Give us the link!

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5 out of 5 stars Holy heavy saturation Batman! Sweet shot!

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Ive never seen clouds on The Bull...nice. It'd be sweet to be on the Shining Path when this pic was taken.

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4 out of 5 stars I can't believe you people are enjoying this blasphemy! Get this crap over to ICEclimbing.com!
Just kiddin............friggin' awesome.

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Sweet tux and dress!

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There's 24 months in the year!?

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Its a mere 10c.

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<a href="http://www.rockclimbing.com/photos.php?Action=Show&PhotoID=38271"><b>Same sunrise taken from the top of tangerine trip.</b></a>

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His hair is like that because, even though its hard to tell, he's just on the tail end of a dynamic motion. Your only visual keys to this are the cloud of chalk erupting from around his hand, and yes... his hair.

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Tech Details: Nikon D70, ISO200, 1/500 @ f2.8, on camera fill flash, route tag originally just left of climbers hand cloned out in photoshop, background slightly blurred.

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4 out of 5 stars Suhweeeet!

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He nailed the send!

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This shot is sweet. The surreal sky really adds to the feel of the legendary "lantern session."

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Well, I set the camera up on a tripod, positioned the remote flash, did all the exposure mumbo jumbo and ha my "assistant" just keep pushing the shutter button.

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16mm lens used on a D70 with a 1.5x crop so more like a 24mm.

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Perri Nguyen.... didn't he win the Climbing Photo Contest?

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4 out of 5 stars F*%&'in amazing...

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Ya, all those kids are way strong! I think everyone of them sent the thing from above the starting moves.

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5 out of 5 stars Just gave you a 10...I never give those out. Great work!

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4 out of 5 stars Where's the climber?

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No Obe, I didn't send. Oh well... maybe next time. Maybe.

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4 out of 5 stars Sweet!

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Just a strange blob of bright lichen...

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I was there from 12/18 - 12/24 and the weather was probably in the 60's for all except the last few days. Perfect.

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Just while they were working it they would start at the gaston.

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Affirmative on the ND grad. Man those things are a pain in the butt.

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F'in amazing! Sweet composition, sweet lighting and perfect time of year. 10.

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Ya Mike, its definitely not a bad photo. To nitpick - the exposure seems slightly off. Is this scanned from a slide? If so, did you hit it with autolevels in photoshop? Also, did you burn the background? It might be nice to see more of - #1 the pro he's placing, #2 the ground. I can't really tell if its 100% sharp - could just be jpeg compression. Again, all this is nitpicking. Its a good photo. Maybe when you shoot it next time try to wait for a less gloomy day? Check out <a href="http://www.highexposures.com/images/47762.jpg"><b>this contrast-masked version</b></a>

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Mike where'd you take this from? What size lens? Is this cropped? Beautiful image.

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Hahaha, you're right!

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Brother, don't fight the flash! Your right, flash does look unnatural when used as the main light source. Easy solution - only use it for fill. As you said, you used a higher ISO, so slap that flash unit on there and fill in the shadows a hair. Or you could always just shoot a billion frames per second with your automatic bracketing feature turned on.

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I agree, flash is not needed in this shot. Mike asked a question in his comment...

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Thats no trad line! I was misled! Sweet shot.

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Thanks Elvis!

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3 out of 5 stars Im going to have to disagree with all the praise. If you're going to utilize photoshop this heavily, at least learn how to do it in a manner that doesn't instantly scream "Im Photoshopped!" Not that tweaked images can't be cool or accepted, its just the work here is a bit on the sloppy side - I see many halos and selected areas. A for idea, C for execution.

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I challenge you to a walk-off Gunksgoer!

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Awesome! I love these glimpses into the past.

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The exposure is definitely not "on". It may be "on" according to the camera that is set to auto and is trying to expose for the entire scene, but that by no means means its correct. Great shot, though it needs a bit of work.

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Whats the grey stuff everywhere?

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This pitch goes at 11a. The one befoe is 12d/13a and the next is a 13a roof. We draw these photos in photoshop.

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This picture defintely makes it look runout, but Im pretty sure you wouldn't hit the ground if you fell here.

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Looks like a light leak.

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It looks like a mirror image of Caustic in Red Rocks.

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Nice one Merrick.

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No, he's placing the draw on the bolt. This climb goes at 12a and was originally put up on gear by The General - Kurt Smith. Not sure why it doesn't get chopped, but thankful anyways.

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His name is Guy Scheipers. He's from Belgium and was in the valley summer '02.

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For more Yosemite images, click <a href="http://www.rockclimbing.com/photos.php?Action=Browse&Method=ByAlbum&AlbumID=1033&Photographer=the_alpine"><b>here.</b></a>

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5 out of 5 stars Great shot Jorg! Lets hear some technical details about this shot and how you managed the tricky light that Mike has pointed out.

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Nothin' artificial in the pic Thomas. In fact this shot (as ashamed as I am to say it) is way easy to get. Walk to Killer Pillar late in the afternoon, put camera on auto matrix metering, convince friends to climb Fun Terminal, push shiny button on camera. Thanks for the 10 though.

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Definitely haven't seen this photo Pinky, but you may have seen one from this same session.

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4 out of 5 stars Awesome Jorg! I love how you incorporate thoroughfares or other avenues of movement in your images.

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Another nice one Jorg!

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Joe, was that you I saw in that meadow - naked with a ladyfriend?

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4 out of 5 stars Incredible!

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Yes, it is the meadow by the chapel. Thats the Chapel Wall on the right and the steeple is barely visible in the center of the frame.

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Blown Away is such a stellar route! The knobs - perfect, the bolts - perfect. Great, great climb.

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No flowers were harmed during the making of this photograph (I was standing on the trail).

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You mean Elaina?

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Looooooove the alcove swing!

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Josh said call him - 828.867.5309.

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What a bunch of skeptics... This ascent was linked with Hobit Book as well.

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Wow, another pic of Gemini Bridges.

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3 out of 5 stars John, I take it all back. So is that halo some strange glare from the sun? Pretty neat.

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3 out of 5 stars Woah... some spotty dodgin' there, clean it up and its a keeper.

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Anyone know the name of this thing?

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Ever so slightly creepy indeed. Great angle Thomas!

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Damn thats awesome.

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2 out of 5 stars Hey Jackass - yes you are.

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Word. Yo.

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Nice. Really Cool lines.

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Uhhhh, the colors make it!

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Imagine what will happen when that guy climbs something really hard...

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Definitely needs fill on the face. This picture was taken on the most gumby-like weekend I've ever had...

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Isnt that Don Quixote?

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Keep the url on the left! Oh ya, amazing capture.

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Lee - I can't recall if he stuck this go, but as a man of small stature, all of his attempts looked like this.

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Nicely said Blacksun. That is what I try to convey with most of my images.

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Ya, the pad is blue side up for the color contrast.

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Chris Brown from Florida.

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2 out of 5 stars The crack looks killer, the shots a bit underexposed though.

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4 out of 5 stars Nice, too bad we don't see his face. I love the shimmering water.

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I scrambled around for quite some time trying to find this angle. Doug was tired of this problem and getting pissed that I kept asking him to repeat it. Originally, he had on his striped polo from the other shots, but I convinced him to switch shirts with me... I contemplated cutting the branch that sticks out just above him, but there's just something about doing that for an image that just doesn't seem right - I kinda like it now anyways.

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This pic was taken on 11/4/05 - an absolutely perfect weekend of blue skies and bright fall foliage.

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Nice light, got any with the dude climbing?

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Thanks for the comments. This shot had fill flash from climber's left and I shoot Nikon digital.

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Nice one. Film definitely still has the upper hand when it comes to long exposure times.

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...the leaves ARE placed, that was the point of the photo.

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Thumbs up man, thumbs up! Oh ya, nice shot too.

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Luckily, he didn't fumble.

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3 out of 5 stars Wheres the contrast? Did you use the shadow/highlight tool from ps on this image? Put some shadows back in there.

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This place looks really good...

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I placed all of the brown leaves on the ground.

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I agree with Kalcario about the tilted horizon, but thats as far as our opinions concur. I like the chalk, pose, and pad for the human element they add to an image that otherwise focuses on nature - a style that I try to emulate in my photos as well. Do the basics in ps (sharpen, straighten, and remove the vignette) and this thing's a real gem.

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You're having about ZERO fun right there.

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The headwall on that thing is stellar!

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You guys are a bunch of left-brainers!

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Man, with this gadgetry, you may very well have an advantage over us non-modular-foot people.

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Whats with the funny crop? Good shot.

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Those are justifiable ticks - that hold is hard to see. Uhhhh...... Ya......

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Man, I know the names of maybe 6 problems at the Bald, and this is not one of them.

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Nice dynamic shot.

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Nice one! Do you have the next frame?

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Thanks Matt. 1 strobe with a blue gel (to warm the background up) in the tree directly above the pit.

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This shot was taken with the Nikon 12-24. Saturation was bumped a bit, but most of it is due to the polarizer.

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I shoot Nikon. This shot had 2 off camera strobes. The strobe for Jack had an orange gel on it so when I white balanced for him the rest of the image would go blue.

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...if you catch the infringement.

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Man, this shot sure doesn't seem to have the distortion of a 15mm lens. Post process manipulation or just no straight lines to give it away?

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The main benefit would be the extra speed for low light conditions...

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The General still pullin'...

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Nah, I like the url there.

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Jorg is that the sigma 15? Nice shot.

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The frequency of which this problem gets shot was definitely a concern when I decided to shoot it. However, the large shadow cast by the boulder forced me to get up high in order to get Chris in front of it as opposed to desert. I think it worked out nicely.

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Really nice shot Nathan.

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Not a double exposure - 2 images overlayed in ps. No headlamps, just one off camera flash. Name corrected, thanks Curt.

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Amen Saltamonte.

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Funny you should mention Kalcario, I've actually got a gig of images of slacking on energized high-tension lines paid for by Caltrans.

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Thanks for the safety lesson.

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Ya, it sure is - I kept telling him to jam the thing, but he insisted on layin' it back. Freakin' sport wankers...

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Silly me, all that wide-open desert in J-tree and somehow I manage to get a tree in front of my lens...

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Vandalism?

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Dude, Florida has one of the staunchest old-school ethics; no rap-bolting or chalk found here.

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Ya, but its a Mountain Hardware flannel shirt...

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Its the internal affairs building. The "problem" goes to the top of the mural, but he bailed soon after this photo.

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Send him a link, its their new marketing campaign!

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4 out of 5 stars I like it

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Its fun watching Elaina climb circles around Kurt.

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Nice one man! It seems the focus is a bit off though.

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Oh ya, well, there is that.

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I'm psyched to see these posts about the sharpness. This image was shot with a sweet new lens and apparently its as crisp as I hoped.

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85 1.4

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4 out of 5 stars I like it. Its a genuine photo of a genuine moment - not worried about rule of thirds this, depth of field that... Its a documentation of a focused effort in a moment of time.

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You asked for it, you get it: <A href="http://www.rockclimbing.com/topic/110040"><B>Worst Case Scenario</B></A>.

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Exif shows 1/1250 at 1.8.

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Almost as lame as typing "lol"

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I would have loved to have been able to move back, but alas there was a giant boulder at my back...

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3 out of 5 stars gotta love the cutout filter.

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Technically, you see someone climbing here. Maybe you should specify exactly what type of climbing you'd like to see. Tree climbing? Ladder climbing? How about a shot of some late night prowler climbing into your girlfriends window? Be specific!

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Ya, I couldn't decide if I liked the plant in there or not. I've come to appreciate it. Washed out, eh? Thats strange, its in no way over-exposed.

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This was shot with a 24-70 zoom at 2.8. EXIF shows 56mm (84mm with the 1.5 crop). I was able to get in this tight because his body was fairly straight up and down - had he been spread out, there would have been no way. I've enjoyed this recent buildering project.

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Yes and yes.

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I climbed up some random cliff.

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Heh. I got a big fat deuce for ya Merrick!

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No artificial DOF - gotta love that 1.4.

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Yup, same boulder, but from the other side.

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3 out of 5 stars Man, I love late afternoons at the bald...

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The highline potential at this place is ricoculous.

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Jesus H. Christ thats beautiful!

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5 out of 5 stars Fantastic Jorg. Is this available light, or do you have a flash rigged up there?

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Shot this with a blue strobe on the climber only - when the color is corrected it makes everything else go orange. Just experimenting as far as url placement goes.

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Ya, some guy with a ladder...

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Most of those aren't chalk marks - they're where pieces of brick and mortar have broken off.

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Oh snap, I'm doing a slideshow now!??

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4 out of 5 stars Best shot of the sequence. Good work.

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4 out of 5 stars Nice Merrick. As Mike said, nice light.

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3 out of 5 stars too bad the climber is in such a strange position

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3 out of 5 stars Are you and Werner dating?

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5 out of 5 stars Ooooh, a banner behind a plane.... genius!

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Fuggin' a that thing looks sweet!

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Nice composition you dirty Texan. Whats that blur stuff?

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Not chalk marks, but spots of sunlight filtering through large oak trees.

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Thanks for the comments. Clausti - ya, I was in the tree. As far as posed/not posed goes... well... the shot was setup in the sense that I had to arrange artificial lighting(and I like the pad red side up), other than that the climbers and spotters are doing their thing.

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No, the chalkpot is only there for its looks and the feel it contributes to the overall scene......

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I think this line is hard 12.

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Not likely to go free - at least not any time soon.

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Probably a 2 or 3 pointer.

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Nice one Matt!

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Nothing is altered - it is completely fake. Computer generated by a program called terra-gen.

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What a retard!

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Thats Brain Dead. It goes at A4.

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Whats with the fuckin bolts!?

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5 out of 5 stars Sick!

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Why? Reason?

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3 out of 5 stars Sick!

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This route is 12a I believe. It continues up and out that roof crack you can see out there next to the waterfall.

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You can get up to 700 pixels on the sizing link.

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She's getting sucked up into the anchors from catching the fall.

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He did not fall onto the belay. There are many pieces between him and the belayer.

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Ya, this shot is not the most exciting action-wise, I just couldn't get past the amazing location and circumstances.

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No there is no pro in the horizontal... The last piece is actually out of sight back under the roof...

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We actually do cruise around town with shoes, chalk, pads and cameras. Only on Sunday afternoons though.

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That's Rowins Route at Looking Glass, NC.

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Hal!? No way. He's only found on waves made of salt water.

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Nice one Jorg!

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Isn't this a Kemple photograph?

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Nice one brah!

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Totally photoshopped brah!

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Looks like the Hoover Wilderness.

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More like tough on the wrists if you get caught.

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This tressel runs parallel to a road bridge that is a popular place to take photos of the Tampa skyline. I had 3 strobes set up on the bridge, but to the average passerby I'm sure I just looked like another tourist taking photos.

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Somebody bolted it!

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Tampa, FL.

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4 out of 5 stars Nice work. Cool color palette.