This is one of the few large panoramic photos I took while out at The Wave in Arizona. As some might recall I covered elements of my time at this location in my aptly titled EXIF and Beyond podcast Landscape Photography: The Wave.Â This particular photo is a 22 image vertical image stitch with a net resolution equivalent to 300+ megapixels. Those that were with me when I took this panoramic thought I was a little nu
A couple things happened this past week that got me thinking it might be a good idea to talk about landscape photography and choice of focal length. 1. I read “What’s Your Favorite Focal Length?” by Brian Auer I found the question that Brian posed to be a bid odd and never made a poll selection on his blog entry. The question of what your favorite focal length isn’t really relevant, just as as
To expand on my recent podcast episode Landscape Photography: The Wave here are a couple more highlighted photos: [tags]EXIF and Beyond, podcast, landscape photography, digital photography, The Wave, Wave, Arizona, Utah, Paria Canyon, Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness, photography[/tags]
The eighth episode of EXIF and Beyond, a video podcast, has been released. Photographing the Wave in the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness of Arizona and Utah is discussed. Learn more about this amazing area and tips to capture great landscape photos. Download the latest episode: Landscape Photography: The Wave For the non-iTune listeners a streaming version of this podcast can be accessed here. [tags]EXIF an
Another perspective on the Wave in the Vermilion Cliffs area along the Arizona/Utah border. The formations in the sandstone never cease to amaze. The formations and awe they inspire seem to be eternal. [tags]the Wave, Wave, Vermilion Cliffs, Paria Wilderness, Arizona, Utah, sandstone, formation[/tags]
From my trip last November to the Wave in Arizona. Hiking out in the dark my friends and I ended up swinging wide on our approach to the Wave. The detour proved to be an added perk to the hike. The diffuse light from the coming sunrise provided a very dramatic view of this amazing landscape.
Hiking out at 2AM on this day afforded some benefits. Walking around in the dark for so long when the sun came up it was as though a curtain were raised unveiling something magical. When you see something like this in person its hard to believe its real especially when it looks so surreal. Fortunately I wasn’t the only one to see this scene. My friend Rebecca Jackrel also was there to see an otherwise indescrib