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Photographer's Note

Welcome to an area near Ivins, Utah. I was drawn to this location like a magnet to steel. The search for a closer road, a more direct route before the sun was covered with clouds. I could see I only had a few minutes left, snapped on the really wide angle and tried to find a shot where my own shadow wouldn't impede the image.

The yellow flowering bush was only 20cm from my lens, so in proportion those cliffs in the background are pretty good sized. I thought I would exacerbate the near far relationship.

I didn't use a polarizer, but chose the UV as I wanted an even looking sky. Exposure was placed to keep the clouds from blowing out. This was an interesting looking RGB histogram on the camera. I was hoping at 10mm that f10 would cover the depth, I don't have time to calculate cirlces of confusion. Color saturation has not been increased from the camera. Only a slight shift in local contrast in the mid spectrum has been made.

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Additional Photos by Dana Rees (danarees) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 133 W: 128 N: 591] (2502)
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