Ladylockoff Photography Clinic

US375 per person

Next Trip: Nov. 16-17th | Trip Details:
These clinics focus on how to set-up and shoot from a fixed line. They are geared toward people who are already comfortable with using their camera, do not know how to ascend a rope, but want to start taking top down shots of rock climbing. We’ll go over the business of climbing photography, equipment, set-up, safety, efficiency, gear management, and nuances of shooting photos from a fixed line. As we will be discussing the different types of equipment, we will provide any equipment you don’t have.


  • Departure
    Lone Pine CA
  • Departure Time
    9 am
  • Return Time
    5 pm
  • Dress Code
    Casual, functional outdoor wear. Bring layers for cold weather!
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Tour Plan and Info
Photography Equipment for Clients Camera Gear:
  • Camera and Lens (the wider the better)
  • Camera strap
  • Batteries (2)
  • 1 SD card 32 GB
Climbing Gear:
  • Harness
  • PAS
  • 2 Locking Carabiners
  • GriGri (cannot be subbed for an ATC)
  • Gloves
If You Have It, Bring:
  • 2 Alpine Draws
  • Jumars, with tether and footsteps
(We will be going over this gear, and have extras, if you don’t own it) Personal:
  • Water
  • Food
  • LAYERS (if it gets chilly)
Note: We will be sitting talking for most of the first day, and shooting most of the second.
  • This clinic is spread over 2 days, to get you an in depth knowledge of how the gear works, but also how a day flows when you head out to shoot.
  • The first day will be on the ground going over gear, getting comfortable on a fixed line, and include a demonstration by me of what I’m looking for in fixed line shots.
  • The second day will be spent with clients going up fixed lines and shooting, extra chances to get the best shot possible.
These clinics focus on how to set-up and shoot from a fixed line. They are geared toward people who are already comfortable with using their camera, do not know how to ascend a rope, but want to start taking top down shots of rock climbing. We'll go over the business of climbing photography, equipment, set-up, safety, efficiency, gear management, and nuances of shooting photos from a fixed line. As we will be discussing the different types of equipment, we will provide any equipment you don’t have. MORE INFO
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