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Fall's Majesty in Zion Canyon

Posted by
Don Smith (California, United States) on 11 November 2011 in Landscape & Rural.

UPCOMING 2012 WORKSHOPS:

3rd Annual Magic Light, Moonlight, and Pfeiffer Beach Arch Big Sur Winter Workshop - January 8-11, 2012 (5 spots left)
5th Annual Springtime and Moonlight in Big Sur and the Monterey Peninsula - March 7-10, 2012 (9 spots left)
4th Annual Northern Arizona Workshop: Grand Canyon, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Sedona - April 23-27, 2012 (5 spots left)
3rd Annual Kauai Workshop - Garden Isle and Tropical Paradise - June 22-26, 2012 (6 spots left)
4th Annual Summer Big Sur Workshop - Mystical Fog and Colorful Headlands - August 21-24, 2012 (space available)
1st Annual Fall in the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park - Fall Color, Mountain Grandeur, and Volcanic Forces - Deluxe Photo Workshop - September 24-28, 2012 (Workshop Sold Out)
4th Annual Arches/Canyonlands Photo Workshop - Moon Over Red Rock, Arches, and Canyons - October 27-31 2012 (Just Added).
2nd Annual Bryce/Zion Photo Workshop - Bryce Canyon Hoodoos and Zion Fall Color - - November 1-5, 2012 (Just Added).
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Note: This is a continuation of a 10-part series where I explore visual concepts that can help you while in the field. These concepts are not intended to be a how-to guide; rather, they are ways of helping one think about the visual craft of landscape photography.

Welcome to Part 4 of Exploring Visual Concepts. Relationships in nature are many. One can find relationships between elements, weather, light, etc. The relationship I wish to discuss today is between near and far elements. I constantly seek these relationships in order to create a sense of depth in my images. To read more, please read my latest blog post Exploring Visual Concepts - Relationships.

Canon EOS-1D Mark IV 4/5 seconds F/22.0 ISO 200 17 mm

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