August 4, 2010

More Bryce ... and a landscape photography tip

Seemingly the top of the world ...

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Tiny, but important, tip: each of the national parks we visited was filled with grand, sweeping vistas, and thus, to get as much detail in focus as possible, I shut down my aperture to f/11. F/11. Yummy for landscapes. :-)

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6 comments:

Noel said...

Gorgeous pictures! What type of lens did you use?

stephanie wind said...

Great tip. Great shots. :)

Skeller said...

Thanks!

Noel - these were all taken with my 24-105mm lens - the one that's on my camera 90% of the time. A couple of the pics in previous posts were taken with my "fishy" 15mm.

Jessaca said...

Blog hoping via I Heart Faces and came came accross your blog. I see that we have alot in common minus the diet cokes :) I see that you have some great photography and great advice on photo taking.
I hope you have a great day.

Mimi said...

breathtaking!

Kelly said...

I come here and I see beauty every time, Susan! I'm always in awe of your pictures! Looks like you found the sweet spot on your lens with that f/11. Although, it always appears to me that you have a sweet spot with all of your f-stops!!!
Wonderfully majestic photos!