This is the Devil's Golf Course, so named because putting would just be miserable …out here. These are weird salt formations. …I don't think that's actually like the geological term for them. …I'm calling them weird salt formations. They are in fact salt, I broke off a …piece earlier and ate it and it was very salty. …They this was an, an ancient sea, these are some weird salt formations that were …deposited here. Curiously enough according, I don't …actually know this stuff, I read the sign back there. …According to the sign back there, new deposits continue to get made.…
And we can see that when we look at the top, there are these really fine …crystalline structures that we're tromping all over with our hiking boots. …Fortunately new ones will be deposited, so I don't feel too guilty about it. …It's a really, it is a unique landscape. You're not going to find this anywhere …else, or maybe there are one or two places where something like this happens. …So, telling you how to shoot the Devil's Golf Course, is really only good for …
- Looking at the light
- Composing a shot to show rock texture
- Taking a shot with haze and working it in post
- Shooting sand dunes in changing light
- Exploring the vistas for a more dramatic shot
- Understanding the pace of a place
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Desert Roadtrip: Day One
2. Desert Roadtrip: Day Two
3. Desert Roadtrip: Day Three
4. Wrapping Up the Trip
Wrapping up the trip15m 54s
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