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Southwest PRINTED ISSUES
093 - Grand Canyon's South Rim, Arizona
(Print with color photos)
The Grand Canyon can overwhelm a first-time visitor. Almost everyone standing at every overlook has a camera and is taking pictures of this national park. The Grand Canyon is not an easy place to photograph. For many days of the year, a hazy, flat midday light robs the depths of their defining shadows. The illumination from an overhead sun in the middle of the day is useless for photographing the Grand Canyon. A rising sun often paints the bottom of storm clouds in shades of red and orange and bounces soft diffuse illumination into all the deep, dark corners of the canyons. This newsletter will help you to capture those rare moments of light.
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Updated - March 2015 / with color photos
The Grand Canyon is not an easy place to photograph. For many days of the year, a hazy, flat, midday light robs the depths of their defining shadows. The illumination from an overhead sum in the middle of a summer day is useless for photographing the Grand Canyon. This newsletter will help you to capture the best rare moments of light.
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Bright Angel Canyon
The Rim Trail
South Kaibab Trailhead
South Rim Drive
Robert Hitchman Photography
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