Zion-Every Photo Tells a Story


We stayed at Cedar City in Utah. We’d already visited Kolob Canyon once, but the sky was overcast that day so the photographs weren’t very dynamic (although I didn’t know that at the time, this was done on slide film, yes it was that long ago) so we came back here, not only to try and create better photographs, but because we didn’t want to go back to Zion. This part of Zion National Park is not nearly as busy but is just as beautiful. We found a really great overlook and I started make photographs. I knew the moon was out and I hoped I captured it on film. Unfortunately, since I was using film, I wouldn’t know until about a week after we came back from our trip, how well the photograph looked since I had to have the film developed. I know there are many photographers out there who still use film. However, the best thing that’s happen to photography is the creation of digital photography. I’ve created more pictures, but have less waste. Back in the day I was lucky if I got a 100 good photographs out of a weeks trip. Now, I get, on average, between 200 or more out of a weeks trip. I love it!

Published by crookedcreekphotosllc

I'm a landscape photographer who specializes in North American landscapes, as well as insects and floral.

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