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Old Feb 19, 2009, 5:38 AM   #1
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For comparison with the earlier post at 33mm equiv, these are at 7.6/41mm equiv, f/2.8 aperture priority, ISO400, Top hold, 1/40s...
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Old Feb 19, 2009, 5:40 AM   #2
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...and bottom holds, which got 1/20s, presumably because the framing isn't as identical as it appears at first glance, and the meter saw more black floor. I should have used spot instead of centre-weighted average.
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Alan,

I was a bit puzzled by what the image was but then I figured it looks likea rock climbing wall.

Good response to the challenge.

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So, are you hanging from the ceiling to get these shots?

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Cool shots Alan

As I've climbed various climbing walls over the years, I appreciate the perspective.

Like Patty, I'm curious... how did you get the shot?

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So, are you hanging from the ceiling to get these shots?...
Patty, Paul,

Though I'd have quite enjoyed that (but only with the aid of a winch) the staircase and a viewing balcony proved rather easier. This is my friend Jan near the top. The balustrade of the balcony, over which I'm leaning, runs down the left. Its inexpert orbital sanding is due to inexpert linear cloning partly to disguise the dead white blown highlights near the built-in flash.

Below it is a three-shot in-camera panorama from the same viewpoint. (The apparent joins are real sharp edges of walls, not mismatched sitching.)

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