Antelope Canyon - Arizona

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  1. plastii

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    Sorry can't help you, but I would love to try it out!
     
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    The canyon is best exposed at :camera: f22-1/8th at iso 400, no 450....no yea 400














    just playin' :Joker:

    Want to take me with you? I could use some peaceful relaxing outdoor time.
     
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    A good quality tripod.
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    ^^ agreed.

    Also, bracket, bracket, bracket.

    Quality CPL and (maybe) a couple of ND filters.

    Lowest ISO setting, mostly.

    Check with TPF member abraxas. He is one of the best desert landscape togs here.
     
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    Thanks for the info - can't wait to go there:)
     
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    I've seen a lot of guys throw dust in the air to make shafts of light stand out. I'm not sure how dry it is now, but maybe some flour or chalk dust?
     
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    A friend of mine photographed Antelope last year and while I do not know the ISO I do know that she shot at f/22 and with long exposures, some 1.6/10, some 2.5/10, some as long as 30 seconds. They are gorgeous photos. The floor is quite sandy so if you wanted to do the trick with throwing sand in the air, you won't have a problem finding it!
     

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