Grand Canyon Panorama
August 13, 2014 • Leave a Comment
...and we're back!
Thanks for sticking with me after a week off! I was traveling over the last two weeks to my brother's wedding in Arizona. The great folks over at "The Reason" did a BEAUTIFUL job covering it, and put up a little preview here. I rather enjoyed being in front of the camera for a change!
After the wedding, I spent several days with my family at the Grand Canyon. Over the next few weeks, I'll embark on a short series of "How to keep a landscape photographer in business," a tongue-in-cheek look at some mistakes I saw a lot of people making while photographing this natural wonder. A few simple changes can really separate "vacation snapshots" from photos that will "WOW" your friends when you get home. Be sure to check back each week!
Until then, here's one of my initial favorites from my time at the Grand Canyon. I used a long exposure (79 seconds) to capture the sweeping motion of the clouds over the canyon around sunset.
Grand Canyon National Park, Yavapai Point at Sunset (79 second long exposure)
Thanks for looking,
Keywords: Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park, Landscape, clouds, long exposure, panorama, sunset, tips
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