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Joe Ercoli
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Commercial Photographer @ Anvilimage.com
Commercial Photographer @ Anvilimage.com

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It was pretty warm when we were in Sedona this summer and right about now would be a great time to explore the area more. Next time, the 3 of us will be taking another epic adventure together!
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Tuscan Villa - https://goo.gl/thSGhV

Driving in Italy? Piece of cake... and fun, too! Getting away from the touristy spots on our own meant that we could stop anywhere along the road and enjoy the scenery like this, too. This was somewhere along the road in between Montepulciano and Montalcino just about 2 years ago today.

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Shots From the Road
I really love the wide, cinematic POV that I get when I shoot with the +Hasselblad Xpan. The immersive width and depth take me right back to these moments from my trip.

These look way better on their own outside of G+:

Nowhere Better - https://goo.gl/JiPPD5
Getting There - https://goo.gl/Ks5iPT
Westside Exposure - https://goo.gl/pFeQwj
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Concentrated Focus - https://goo.gl/VMQpGg

The BL team got out one night to do some shooting while we were in San Antonio last January for Imaging USA. Thanks +Kym Cortigiano for dodging the roaming security while walking down the ramp to pose for this shot!
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Palms - https://goo.gl/LiQsNy

Overcast and sprinkling in August? I want that summer feeling back.
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Sometimes I post a quick shot of my viewfinder when I'm out and about, but do you wonder how the shot really turns out? I put together a few comparisons from the view through my +Hasselblad 500cm to the film scan that I get back (with minor edits/corrections).
This was the view from my hotel room in San Antonio last January while attending Imaging USA.
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A Prickly Outlook - https://goo.gl/rZeszq

Near the top of the climb up to Devil's Bridge in Sedona, there's this spot that you get to that is the first place that you really get a good view out over the scenery and it's a great place to take a quick break. Beef jerky, water, and lots of shooting here before making that final push to the top.
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Siena Duomo - https://goo.gl/bZrx7g

Oh Siena, how you captivated me! The architecture, the food, Il Campo - this tiny hilltop town was one of the most relaxing places that we visited on our trip almost 2 years ago.
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Flirting with the Devil - https://goo.gl/E4VK2y

Getting here was one of the most enjoyable hikes I've taken to date: great scenery along the way, an early start with shade, and a good climb at the top. I recommend Devil's Bridge to anyone that's thinking of it when they're in Sedona, but bring plenty or water and start before the sun gets brutal. And take the Chuckwagon Trail...
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Listening for the Forest - https://goo.gl/fyzSkx

When I tell you that we hiked in the desert of Sedona, AZ, this probably isn't what first comes to mind. It was a refreshing early morning hike for us that was just outside of our hotel in Boynton Canyon.
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