If over-photographed locations exist this would be high on the list. This is my third photograph. However, in past captures I sacrificed the sky capturing four vertical images and stitching them together to create the final images. Barely fitting the entire bend in the final frame, let alone much of the sky/horizon.
This time around I captured eight images in an attempt to include more sky. I also see a lot of images of this location that, due to distortion, make it look like a bowl. I tried to keep that to a minimum here allowing the viewer, that's you, see that the cliffs along the canyon are pretty much straight down to the river.
I like the shadows in this morning shot as well. This was before the cloud cover killed all the light and flattened the scene.
- Aaron Fuhrman PhotographyOwner, 2008 - presentI capture color, light and texture with my camera. I process these captured elements to create dynamic art. My finished artwork is crafted using the highest quality materials. I am a firm believer in quality over quantity. The resulting artwork is both beautiful and durable. Many times my process begins before I press the shutter button. It is not uncommon to envision, in my minds eye, a complete composition. Other times an amazing scene presents itself with little to no warning. Having a complete understanding of my equipment allows me to capture these fleeting moments. Beyond creating artwork with my photography I search out and contribute to great projects. It is very rewarding to create moving imagery that helps others.
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