Hoodoo-riffic. My favorite thing to do at Bryce Canyon National Park is to walk into the hoodoo labyrinth and explore among the crazy formations. That’s the coolest way to experience the magic of Bryce. However, for photography, it’s hard to beat shooting from the rim. And all the viewpoints are fantastic in their own way. When I am shooting from the rim, I have a certain plan of attack that really suits the amphitheater well. I bring two camera and two tripods. One camera has a wide angle lens attached (like a 16mm or 24mm) and the other camera has a long telephoto (somewhere in the range of 400mm). For the wide angle, I’ll setup an interval timer to shoot every 2 seconds or so. While that is running, I use the telephoto to pick out distant formations and experiment with different compositions and light. I feel like a sniper on the ridgeline taking pot shots at hoodoos down below. But it’s a really good system, as there are endless compositions you can shoot from that vantage point. And as the light changes throughout the day, you can revisit compositions and get totally different images. It’s so much fun. Sometimes I think I am so easily amused, but I could seriously sit in one spot on the Bryce rim for hours on end and employ this system and come away with fantastic shots. ·
@BryceCanyonNPS (the 19th U.S. National Park) in #Utah was established by the @NationalParkService on February 25, 1928.
Stay tuned as @istefpayne and I count down all 60 of the U.S. national parks, sharing previously untold stories and/or photos from our epic road trip to visit all the parks during the 2016 centennial of the park service #onassignment for @natgeo and @fujifilm_northamerica.
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The striking contrast of white snow and red rocks make #BryceCanyon#NationalPark in #Utah even more beautiful. But make sure to plan ahead if you’re going to explore the snowy splendor here. Not all trails and roads are cleared, so waterproof hiking boots, snow boots or snowshoes are essential if you plan to hike. We also recommend hot cocoa. Photo @brycecanyonnps_gov by Joseph Luciw (www.sharetheexperience.org). #FindYourPark#travel#usinterior#hiking
Powder hounds and film junkies share a joint love of Park City, Utah. Most winter weeks are spent shredding the surrounding slopes, which is certainly enough to put the Utah city on the map. But, Sundance Film Festival takes over Park City once a year, and the festival’s draw of visitors from around the world makes it the city’s main claim to fame. During the warmer months, guests can explore the Park City Main Historic District or hike the adjacent scenic areas. To learn more about the best things to do in Park City, tap the link in our bio. 📷: @visitparkcity
Esta entrevista la hice en el 2012, Recuerdo como hoy que no aguantaba las lagrimas, Agradezco a Dios porque me dio la fuerza necesaria para superar ese oscuro pasado. Gracias a todos los fans y a todos mis amigos que desde el dia cero me están apoyando. @elvinpolanco#utah#tbt#bachatasensual#accesototal#bachata
#LightTheWorld Week 3: Light your family
Serving with your family can bring you closer together, but serving your family members can bring the light of Christ into your own home. This week, focus on ways you can serve the people you love most ______________________________________________ #provocitycentertemple#byu#lds#mormon#ldstemple
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How many of you read the captions on IG? I’m genuinely curious as to whether or not captions are worth the stress of writing 😂
Bleach + Tone
Lightener: Blonde Me + 20 vol + @olaplex
Root Tone: 9V + 9GI
Mid-Ends Tone: Purple Shampoo
This is proof that healthy blonde hair is 100% possible 👆🏼 #whitneypenhair