14-24 lens, 20 mm, f 2.8,25 sec., ISO 6400, Nikon 810A
Sunset Arch, Escalante. Low Level Lighting, LLL, used under the Arch, and dim LLL used on the outside of the arch. The tricky part here was to light the underside of the arch without getting hot spots. It turned out to be more difficult than expected. I finally achieved a reasonable amount of light using to small Goal Zero Micro Lanterns with home made warming filters. There is a single light panel lighting the outside with a Ceneriod light panel on low and adjusted to a warm color temperature. The Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument is a terrific dark sky location, recently drastically reduced in size by the government. This was taken while assisting during a workshop by Royce Bair, a terrific teacher. Check out his ebook!
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