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Teepee



Arizona teepee

Arizona teepee
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Desert Views Photo ContestTop 10 class
Desert Views Photo ContestTop 10 class week 1
Around the World Photo Contest By DiscoveryTop 20 class
Around the World Photo Contest By DiscoveryTop 20 class week 1
Freshmen 2016 Photo Contest Vol 2Top 10 class
Freshmen 2016 Photo Contest Vol 2Top 10 class week 2
HDR Objects Photo Contest Explore SeriesTop 10 class
HDR Objects Photo Contest Explore SeriesTop 10 class week 2
HDR Objects Photo Contest Explore SeriesTop 20 class week 1
Simple Landscapes Photo ContestTop 10 class
Simple Landscapes Photo ContestTop 10 class week 1
Monthly Pro Vol 21 Photo ContestTop 30 class
Monthly Pro Vol 21 Photo ContestTop 10 class week 1

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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in Arizona, at the Grand Canyon.
Time
It was taken at about 2 pm.
Lighting
I was trying to achieve light coming through teepee to make it standout against the landscape.
Equipment
I shot this with a Nikon, no flash, no Tripod.
Inspiration
I just loved how the teepee looked standing out against the rich landscape. Something about it screamed that it belonged there.
Editing
I completed an HDR combination with Photoshop.
In my camera bag
I usually carry my 2 Nikon cameras, a D700 and D200, my Speedlight, a tripod and monopod.
Feedback
My advice would be to ensure to take multiple frames of the same shot, ensuring to get lots of under exposed and over exposed and some correctly exposed in order to blend it when making an HDR, I wished I would have had a few more under exposed to dull down the sun in this shot. Most of all enjoy what you are doing!

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