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Recently I paid my first visit to Upper Antelope Canyon in Page Arizona. I had wanted to visit here for several years before I got around to finally taking the plunge.  It is a long drive from Albuquerque (about 7 hours) so the trip involved an overnight stay.  I knew exactly what I wanted to accomplish and set out determined not to blow the opportunity.  Believe me, I have been known to blow photographic opportunities before, mostly due to being unprepared.

I had studied many photographs of Antelope Canyon, and read way too many "How to Photograph...." articles.  Each one of course expressing a completely different opinion and my "How To..." will be no different.

I don't presume to know everything there is to know about photographing Antelope Canyon, in fact, I am not really sure I know much of anything at all, but in the event it seems I did good.  I was well prepared f...

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I am from Albuquerque, New Mexico and spend many hours each week immersed in photography of all sorts. I have been a lover of photography for as long as I can remember, although life's intrusions caused me to give up the practice for many years. I returned to photography about 5 years ago and am equally excited about digital as well as film photography. My passions are landscape, wildlife and portrait photography. I mainly photograph the Southwest in and around the Four-Corner states. I feel as if there is a lifetime of photography here and the sights and sounds that that await you in this region are infinite and sometimes overwhelming. It makes for very long, hot days at times but worth every moment spent.
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