As I sit on photos from this day I keep coming back and to process them and reprocess them over and over. I find the more time I spend on them the more I like them. When I think back to that, my favorite photos have all been processed months after I took them, I feel its best that way, gives you time to really digest them and figure out how you want to process them.
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Another shot from my March adventure in Antelope Canyon. So glad to have meet Lionel who runs Adventurous Antelope Canyon Photo Tours. If you are looking to get tripoded shots and even do a night tour, this company will make sure that happens! Even during the day in Upper Antelope they work with the other guides to get a break for you to get peopleless shots, never thought that would happen. But getting the whole canyon to myself and of course Lionel at night was definitely the pretty awesome!
I did realize once you get in you really don’t get stars though, expect at the opening, but still cool to light paint and get the freedom of no other tours around.
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One of the big arches of the Etretat Cliffs, it is almost the sunset, and the light is turning to red and warm tones. The sunlight is reflected from the sea on the bottom of the clouds, everything gets a blue/purple tone, even the white rocks of the cliffs are colored in pink and the scene assumes a look worthy of a fantasy tale. My luck has lured a lazy seagull flying from a rock to another in search of a place where to pass the night, why not to frame everything in a single dream?
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