Great Gallery Detail #1
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Like most petroglyphs or pictographs, The Great Gallery is best photographed under overcast or shady conditions. In September or October the panel will be in the shade after about 2:30PM.
Similar light conditions and moderate temps for hiking will also occur in the spring. The bonus of a fall trip is that you might just catch the cottowoods in the canyon turning a wonderfull shade of gold.
Mid to late afternoon works the best on a typical desert sunny day..
LENS & FILTERS
LENS: 70-200mm for 35mm camera, 50-150mm for crop sensor cameras
FILTERS: 85A warming filter or shoot RAW and adjust color temp during conversion
Slide films: Velvia 50 or Kodak E100SW
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