tfttf267 video – Canyonlands Photo Adventure Part 4

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Watch Canyonlands
Part 1 – “Best smelling toilets in the world”
Part 2 – “Oh Dear!”
Part 3 – “17mm is just not wide enough”
Part 4 – “Compressing the dynamic range”
Part 5 – “Shafer Trail”
Part 6 – “Shoot first, then look”

Join Chris, Rebecca, and Jon Miller on part 4 of their adventure in the Canyonlands.

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13 thoughts on “tfttf267 video – Canyonlands Photo Adventure Part 4”

  1. Chris-
    These videos that you have put together and made available are absolutely awesome. You have inspired me to take my own trip out west this summer to see all the sights that you are showing us. Jon did a great job on camera, but I am sure that the video and photos do no justice whatsoever to seeing the canyon with your own two eyes! Keep up the great work. I love your podcast and have learned a lot from it. Thanks for getting me (and keeping me) hooked on photography!

  2. Some brilliant images and useful advice. I’m planning to visit Utah, and the national parks in March.

    Any specific advice? :-)

    Sometimes, a bit more detail about the camera/lens you’re using would be useful. I gather you’re using the 5D.

    Keep up the brilliant work.

  3. Paul – not photographic advice, but drink, drink, drink! It’s incredibly dry out there, plus there might be an altitude issue, and you really do need to drink a lot of water. You’ll feel rotten if you forget to do that, and your photography will suffer as a result.
    Sorry this is not the kind of advice you were expecting, but believe me, it is an important requisite.

    Rebecca (aka bexxi)

  4. Thanks Rebecca. Oh I’m well aware of the need to drink (I’ve spent 6 months living in AZ before). Plenty of liquids will be in the car with us, and snacks too. :-)

    Really looking forward to it now, especially after seeing some of Chris’ photos on FlickR.

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