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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Jim Shoots the North Rim

While we hiked along the Rim Trail, we tried to pick different locations to shoot from. As I was finishing up my set of exposures, Jim walked out on to this outcrop.
Once his tripod was set up and he started taking snaps, I was struck by need to recreate the classic image of 19th century landscape photographers at work.

Now if I can just get Jim to start carrying a large format view camera and a heavy wood tripod...

Canon 20D - 1/45th second, 133mm @ f/ 22, ISO 200

2 Comments:

Blogger Jim said...

If you buy me a large format camera and wooden tripod, I'll be happy to carry them around. BTW, I'll need a supply of sheet film, a focusing hood, some nice lenses like a 180mm and a....

5:39 PM  
Blogger Richard said...

If I buy one it would be mine... I'd just have figure out how to get you to carry it for me!

7:15 PM  

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