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Mar 21, 2017 01:24 |  #1

I took my family to Zion and Bryce NPs for 2 nights and 2.5 days. Here are some shots of the trip. C + C welcome.

These first 2 are from Zion - Angels Landing and Weeping Rock trails. Both magnificent (the trails, not necessarily the photos!).


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Mar 21, 2017 01:28 |  #2

These are from Bryce. First is a pano (5 shot I think at sunrise). Second is on the way down Queens Garden trail. What you can't see is my 28 lb 2 year old son on my back, which made things interesting to say the least!


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Mar 21, 2017 01:30 |  #3

And here's one of my favorites from Bryce. Not sure the name of this hoodoo, if any, but we called it the Ram or Big Horn Sheep:


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Mar 21, 2017 01:31 |  #4

I still have some shots from Willis Creek Slot Canyon and Valley of Fire to process. I may post those once I do.

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Mar 22, 2017 23:27 |  #5

Here are a few from the fire wave hike at VOF:


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Mar 22, 2017 23:29 |  #6

And two more, including evidence of a "super bloom" ;)


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Mar 23, 2017 02:34 |  #7

This area was made for Kodachrome 25. Too bad...


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Mar 23, 2017 10:59 as a reply to  @ mcluckie's post |  #8

Had to look up Kodachrome 25. I see what you're saying.


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Mar 28, 2017 15:13 as a reply to  @ spooky action's post |  #9

Haha, you digital guys never knew what Paul Simon meant. The saturation was amazing, as was the 3D sculpting of Kodachrome emulsion, and particularly suited for reds. Ektachrome was blue, Fujichrome was green...

I shot there often with Kodachrome.


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Mar 28, 2017 15:22 |  #10

mcluckie wrote in post #18308476 (external link)
This area was made for Kodachrome 25. Too bad...


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Had to look up Kodachrome 25. I see what you're saying.


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Haha, you digital guys never knew what Paul Simon meant. The saturation was amazing, as was the 3D sculpting of Kodachrome emulsion, and particularly suited for reds. Ektachrome was blue, Fujichrome was green...

I shot there often with Kodachrome.

This is freakin' priceless!

Damn, Spooky......talk about making a body feel old. You're killing me here, man.

It gets pretty bad sometimes. I once made a reference to Rod Serling while in a group of guys all of which were 30 years or so my junior and, of course, they all looked at me like I had two heads........'who the heck is Rod Serling? :cry:


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Mar 28, 2017 16:26 |  #11

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This is freakin' priceless!

Damn, Spooky......talk about making a body feel old. You're killing me here, man.

It gets pretty bad sometimes. I once made a reference to Rod Serling while in a group of guys all of which were 30 years or so my junior and, of course, they all looked at me like I had two heads........'who the heck is Rod Serling? :cry:

Yep, had to look up Rod Serling, too. :-)

I'm an early 80's baby and only seriously caught the photography sickness circa 2012. The thought of dodging and burning in a darkroom scares the hell out of me.


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Mar 28, 2017 19:16 as a reply to  @ spooky action's post |  #12

Got me laughing out loud.

"I'm an early 80's baby..." so I blame your parents. lol

"and only seriously caught the photography sickness circa 2012. The thought of dodging and burning in a darkroom scares the hell out of me."

I taught Photoshop— it's exactly like a wet darkroom. I built and used many outstanding facilities. Gas-burst E-6 and C-41 lines, Hope and Durst processors. Photoshop has a burning tool that looks like a cupped hand (that was the technique) and a dodge tool that looks like a blob on a wire (also The Way). The unsharp mask is totally a lithographers series of films that overlap and reveal the unsharp area from which to make a mask. Learn darkroom, learn photoshop.

I'm glad you looked these things up. :-)


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Mar 29, 2017 14:36 |  #13

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Yep, had to look up Rod Serling, too. :-)

You really need to watch some Twilight Zones......they're good even by today's standards.

In fact.......they're better than most of the new sci-fi that comes out today.


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Mar 29, 2017 15:10 as a reply to  @ mcluckie's post |  #14

yeah…but did you shoot with a nikon camera? :D :D :D


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You really need to watch some Twilight Zones......they're good even by today's standards.

In fact.......they're better than most of the new sci-fi that comes out today.

I definitely do need to watch some Twilight Zone episodes. I saw the movie as a kid and it stuck with me. The girl with no mouth lived in my nightmares for years!


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