Sunday, September 25, 2011
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend - Page, AZ Trip Guide and Photography Tips - Imprints of Light - Anand Muralidharan
Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend - Page, AZ Trip Guide and Photography Tips - Imprints of Light - Anand Muralidharan: Northern Arizona and southern Utah are abundant in scenic landscapes. Strong winds carry fine desert sand that erode the rocks in the region to create exquisite shapes and patterns. The region is popularly known as the Grand Circle and encompasses more than a dozen National Parks including Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and the Arches National Parks. In this article, I've taken two locations in the Grand Circle - Horseshoe Bend and the Antelope Canyon.
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Photography Terms Explained: High Key | Learn Photography Tips Blog: High Key means, basically, a photo that is predominantly bright/light – generally with hardly any shadows, and not very contrasty at all (although that’s subjective: a photo can still have quite a bit of contrast and still be classed as high key). Think of a white flower petal lying on a white sheet – that’s high key. But what’s a much better way of explaining just what High Key means? With some photo examples, of course!
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TakingPixels Digital Photography Tips - Beginning Photograpy: This is the place for people beginning their photography journey. Learn useful tips to improve your shots without the need to buy a new camera.
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