The Shape of Things to Come

The Slide Rock area north of Sedona, Arizona is an awesome place to shoot. On a previous visit to Sedona I had the pleasure of meeting renown photographerDerek Von Briesen who turned me on to this spot (Thanks Derek!) The best time to shoot here is at first light when the sun reflects high on the canyon walls down into the creek which is still in shadow, but one can spend the better part of whole day taking images here. This outing also was the first with a new camera, the Canon 5D Mark II which I recently acquired to replace the 5D Classic. After shooting the lower section of the pools earlier, I hiked upstream a ways and spotted this view which caught my eye. I tried to use the shallow flow of the creek over the rocks as an interesting foreground element to frame the view of the canyon.

View of  Oak Creek at Slide Rock.  Sedona, Arizona

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Canon 5D MkII, Contax T* Vario- Sonnar 35-70/f3.4,Circular Polarizer, 50mm @ f16- 3 Exposure HDR, ISO 50, Custom mode, Tripod. Lightroom 3, Photoshop CS5, Topaz Adjust.

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