Last weekend I sent my project, a short and dynoie climb called Lacquerhead (25) on the central coast. It was super fun and I learned a lot during the process.
Firstly I learned that structured training for climbing works really well. The weeks before I climbed Lacquerhead was the first time that I actually stuck to a plan and it worked well for me.
Secondly I learned a lot about setting up cameras at good angles to capture a climb. I built a little tripod rig that attaches to bolts in the rock in order to avoid the ‘buttshot perspective’.
Thirdly I learned that taking the extra effort to climb during the golden hour leads to the most amazing colors. Here is the video I made of the climb:
Let me know if you enjoyed the video. If you have any feedback regarding the edit I would love to hear it because I am still new to the process and want to learn as much as I can.