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Tag Archives: Sedona
So what is the Orton Effect? According to Wikipedia ‘Orton imagery, also called an Orton slide sandwich or the Orton Effect, is a photography technique which blends two completely different photos of the same scene, resulting in a distinctive mix … Continue reading
My friend Indah over at Indahs travel story & photography has invited me to participate in an interesting photo challenge…”Travel Photo Blogging Challenge – Explore The Elements. The challenge asks bloggers to publish photographs they have taken which best represent … Continue reading
Before you think all I do is photograph flowers (and I’ve got more sets of them that will be featured – lol ) I want to share one of my favorite places to visit. I’ve loved visiting Arizona ever since … Continue reading
Still reworking some old photos. This one is one of the views of Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona taken in May 2013. I’m pleased with both versions but there is just that certain something about monochrome that really brings out … Continue reading
F20 – 1/40 – ISO 125 – 35mm – Canon 5D
No, I am not running for or away from any political office. I have entered a photo contest and I am asking that you vote for my image, please. I read that entering photo contests can sometimes help with exposure … Continue reading
Standing up on high beauty abounds before me I am so humbled.
Apparently a lot of the formations out there have been given names based upon “interpretations” of how they look. There was one called Snoopy Rock but I’m not sure if we found it or not. You’ve already seen Chapel Rock … Continue reading
I was ready for a return visit to Sedona as soon as we left its borders. Here are some more views from around the church.