Canon DSLR does Colossal Dune Sledding
I posted a longer version of this in samples/galleries, but figured I'd share with my Canon brethren, since that's all I used. Perhaps I may be of some service to those who are learning here.
Gear Involved: Canon 40D and 17-40L. Occasionally the 28mm 1.8 or 85mm 1.8. No tripod. No special HDR software. Single RAW files processed in Lightroom and PS5. Any questions or criticism is welcome. Thanks!
PS: If you missed parts 1-3 of the Death Valley series, they are over at my (non-commercial) personal travel blog:
Dawn at Dante's view —
Devil's Golf Course and Salt Flats —
Home by Way of Whitney —
PSS: We tried rather unsuccessfully to slide down the dunes on a piece of cardboard. To make things worse, I had bad food poisoning at this point and trudging up and down the dunes was torture. At least it was beautiful.
12.) On camera flash fired through FotoSharp rain cover.
And yours truly
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