View 430: Turret Arch Sunburst

I know many of my fellow photographers are finding this pause in our work a good time to finish off some of their backlogged photos. In my case, the backlog goes back to 2013 when I took a trip to the Western United States. The advantage I have today in processing these older photos is I use better software in Adobe Lightroom Classic and hardware with an Apple MacBook Pro 16 then I did seven years ago.

Here is a photo of Turret Arch in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. I broke the rule that says do not photograph directly into the Sun. Well, with a Sigma 15mm Fisheye lens stopped down to f/22 created a huge sunburst over the arch.

Turret Arch Sunburst

Turret Arch photographed from North Window Arch in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. Nikon D700/Sigma 15mm Fisheye, 1/160s, f/22, ISO 200, EV 0.

Here are some past posts featuring the 2013 trip:

View 300: Sunset Arch

View 305: Trees Above 5,000 Feet

Seduced by the Fisheye

 

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