Never give up the ground perspective. People often dismiss it as it's easy to lose height and scale, and you tend to get way more of a climbers butt than their face. But if you can achieve a dynamic editorial shot from the ground, I guarantee that shot will be more interesting and creative then anything you can take from a fixed line.
My advice in @climbingmagazine's photo annual.
Fred, @fred_climbs, climbs Speaking in Tongues sport 5.12b, at The Cathedral in St. George UT.