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Photography Tips from the Pro’s – Boyd Prestidge

Having been on vacation already a week, or as I like to call them “photographic journeys” we left the amazing Armagosa hotel in Death Valley Junction and pointed our Yukon in the general direction of home. We consulted our map with all the roads we have traveled highlighted in yellow or blue, and determined that if we headed toward St George, Ut and hang a right on 89 toward Page, Az we would travel in new and un photographed territory. Although sad the end of our adventure was drawing near, our choice in routes did not disappoint. We enjoyed a...

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Photography Tips from the Pro’s – Andrew Louie

Blue Skies and 100 Tripods This past February, I had an opportunity to explore and photograph some of the wondrous beauty of the Southwest.  The main attractions for my first-time visit there were Zion National Park in Utah and the many amazing photographic sites around the Page, Arizona area, which included Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyons, Vermillion Cliffs, and Wahweap Hoodoos, all within close proximity from the town of Page. My travels started from my hometown of San Francisco where a friend (and fellow photographer) and I flew into Las Vegas, rented a car, and drove to Zion National Park first to capture...

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Tips from the Pro’s – Brad Scott

Congratulations on knowing about one of the most photogenic locations in the United States! Instead of giving you a standard tutorial I would like to paint a story in your head. It all started in Mesa Arizona. I had recently moved from beautiful South Lake Tahoe, CA ( my home town) and moved to Arizona to be with my girlfriend who was attending school at ASU. I knew that their would be plenty of photo opportunities in Arizona and was excited to plan my next adventure. While searching the internet for photo permits for Antelope Canyon I started looking at...

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Jeff Stamer – Photography tips from the pro’s

Making the Most of your Photography Schedule in Page Arizona Unlike the other articles in this “Tips from the Pros” section…I’m not going to tell you how best to photograph Horseshoe Bend (I’ve already covered that in another blog post). Instead I’m going to help you schedule your day in Page in a way that will maximize your potential photography. Many of you reading this website are planning to visit Page after photographing some of the other photographic icons in the area (Zion, Bryce, Monument Valley, Grand Canyon, etc.). If so, you will be on a tight schedule and...

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Photography Tips from the Pro’s – Alaina Ann

From the Photographer: Horseshoe bend was a highly anticipated location on my travel bucket list. This grand overlook was my first stop during my cross-country road trip from Arizona to Maryland. I actually drove by the Grand Canyon to make sure I had plenty of time to catch sunset! Not many people willingly skip a visit to the Grand Canyon. Let me tell you, I made the best decision. I have been to the Grand Canyon three times, each a unique and amazing experience.That said, I knew a fourth visit to the Grand Canyon, to pop in and out,...

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