Had a really nice drive out yesterday. It's important to remember on a trip like …this, that your shooting doesn't have to start at your destination. …We were actually driving through desert on the way to get to Death Valley. …So I was able to do some shooting along the way which was nice. …I didn't get as much done as I thought I was going to. …I really thought that the drive would actually be a good day of shooting. …And I was thinking, oh, that's that's a whole extra shooting day that I'm …going to get. And it didn't really happen because, just …a lot of times on a drive there's a lot of practicality that comes into play. …We got a later start than we thought we were going to, had to stop and buy food …and had to gas up, do some other things and that ended up eating a lot of daylight.…
I didn't want to get here too late because, for one thing, it gets really …dark and also it gets cold very quickly out here at this time of year as the sun …goes down. So, (SOUND) ended up just kind of making …
- 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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