Shots needed to complete this project are listed below:
-Morning camp life in the park, including meal creation, and gear sorting by climbers.
-Climber's rattled and scab encrusted hands, evidence of endless, day to day climbing.
-Interior shots of climber's vans and trucks, detailing how they live.
- The interactions of Climbers Coffee, where a local ranger provides free coffee on weekend mornings to climbers at Hidden Valley. It is a chance for community outreach and education by the park.
-Climbers climbing classic routes, including using a 70-200 zoom, to detail the type of climbing that exists in the park.
-Signage of the park, including fee boxes, and received "empty" payments.
-Signs of long traffic lines, waiting to enter the park, shot from the perspective of the Park Ranger booth.
-Interviews with Park Staff, including the park superintendent on current state of climbing in the park and proposed legislation.
-Ride along imagery with park Staff, including Park Rangers interacting with local climbers in Hidden Valley campground. There are only 4 Park Rangers on staff, and they often have to deal with graffiti, campground disputes, and payment failures. Their perspective is crucial.