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Southwest Landscape Photography

Somedays I’ll go out to shoot landscape photography here in Arizona and everything seems to fall into place leading to a whole new set of images. Other days I’ll spend the entire day out in the field and come back with nothing… the light wasn’t cooperating, there was no drama in the landscape or sky, etc. This day was turning into one of the latter. We had been up in Sedona most of the day in search of great landscape photos, but I wasn’t coming away with anything I felt really excited about. There was no feeling in the look of the landscape that day. Finally, I put the camera system away and we biked out.

On the drive back to Phoenix the Sun was getting lower and the the shadows began to play dynamically across the fields of grass and shrub. We pulled off the highway and I decided to pull out the camera system from the back of the car. Setting up the tripod I realized in this particular spot the red rocks of Sedona were peaking out from the horizon line. After shooting a few frames I packed up and went home.

The next day I pulled the below shot up and was really happy with just coming away with that one photo.

Tech: Mamiya DF camera body, Schneider-Kreuznach 80mm LS Lens, Leaf Credo 80mp digital back.

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Coconino Forest looking toward Sedona, 2015.


TravisShoots® is a Phoenix Commercial Photographer specializing in on location advertising photography production. Primarily shooting lifestyle, environmental portraits, and landscapes his work has helped brands tell their story for 10 years.

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