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on Apr 19, 2007 in Camera Gear Posts, Landscape Photography

Try All Over – 04.19.07

Driving home from Bryce, Sharon & I journeyed through Zion Nat’l Park. There is no doubt it’s a gorgeous, gorgeous place, but photographically, it’s just never grabbed me. Yeah, I’ve been there many times, spent up to a week hiking its many canyons, taking a camera along every time and yet, it’s never grabbed my imagination. So in exploring it again today, I wanted to push myself to find something that would excite my camera. And while I looked and looked, I still didn’t manage to make an image that speaks to the beauty that is Zion. Just means I have to go back again and try all over. Photo captured by D200, 85f1.4 AF on Lexar digital film PS…some have emailed me asking about what’s up with the 85f1.4. Looking for other f1.4 lenses to add to my EDL arsenal, Equipment Lady.com hooked me up with one. It’s one damn sharp...

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on Apr 18, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Bryce 3rd PM ++ – 04.18.07

And with the last gasp of light, Bryce DLWS came to close on a romantic last god beam lighting the tallest HooDoo in the amphitheater. We had a GREAT time with everyone of our DLWS participants. The entire DLWS staff wants to thank them for making this a very special week for us all! Photo captured by D2Xs, 200-400VR on Lexar digital...

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on Apr 18, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Bryce 3rd PM – 04.18.07

We headed out for our last evening shoot, only to be greeted by blowing snow. And than, it socked in to where you couldn’t see the edge of the canyon. And just as fast as it blew in, it blew out and we had the rest of the evening to play with the clouds and the dancing light. Photo captured by D2Xs, 17-55AFS on Lexar digital...

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on Apr 18, 2007 in Landscape Photography

Bryce 3rd AM – 04.18.07

Man…the clouds are playing dodge ball with us, and we’re loosing the game! None the less, the beauty of Bryce still shines through. This AM, we walked down into one of the amphitheaters and it was just spectacular! Photo captured by D2Xs, 17-55AFS on Lexar digital...

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