A must for everyone with a Passion for the Southwest Have you ever wanted to see with your own eyes all the beautiful locations found in coffee table books, posters and travel magazines Do you want to see the most photogenic spots in our national parks and monuments Do you want to visit spectacular off the beaten track locations outside the parks Are you are interested in rock art and early Native American dwellings The Photographing the Southwest guidebook series is the culmination of over twenty years experience exploring and photographing the natural landmarks of the Southwest Volume 1 will take you to the heart of Southern Utah, home to some of the Colorado Plateau s most outstanding highlights Beyond the National Parks of the famed Grand Circle , you ll discover many hidden locations of Red Rock Country as well as Indian rock art and cliff dwellings The book also makes a quick side trip into Northeastern Utah to explore the remote area around Dinosaur National Monument Enough for weeks of new discoveries in the area 320 pages of great information for everyone no need to be a photographer 240 full color photographs, to previsualize most of the sites Major upgrade of highly praised 1st edition entirely rewritten, many new locations Hundreds of locations, including the best spots and how to get there All the major national parks, monuments and state parks Clear and precise directions provided for seldom seen and hard to find sites Lots of travel tips not usually found in traditional guidebooks Where, when and how to get the best shots Valuable tips on composition, exposure and hard to shoot scenery Comprehensive ratings for each location interest, difficulty, etc....
|Title||:||Photographing the Southwest: Volume 1--Southern Utah (2nd Ed.) (Photographing the Southwest)|
|Number of Pages||:||463 Pages|
|File Size||:||670 KB|
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Photographing the Southwest: Volume 1--Southern Utah (2nd Ed.) (Photographing the Southwest) Reviews
I own four books in this series. Photographing Oregon, Washington, Northern California, and the Southwest pt. 1. This book is incredibly useful when planning photography trips. I was on a very short trip to a few destinations in AZ and this book was a great guide. Including information for the best places to shoot, it also gives great tips for best time of day, and season to go to these places. It includes lots of information about the requirements to hike, drive, etc. to each of these places.
I purchased this book, along with others, in advance of my brother's and my upcoming trip to Zion, Bryce Canyon and Arches National Parks. As we are both avid amateur photographers, our priority for the vacation is to shoot great pictures while in Utah. I purchased several books to learn about the parks, find places to eat and stay, etc.; however, I purchased Photographing the Southwest Vol 1 specifically for guidance on getting the best pictures on our trip.
I bought this guide and Volume 2 (about a different area) a few years ago and have used them on three different trips across the SW USA.
We're spending three months this fall in the Colorado Plateau area. Avid photographers--just can't say how much I appreciate how well the Southwest series (all three volumes) is done. Gives timely information and images to give you an idea of what to see--with room to explore a bit on your own. Saves countless hours scouting locations. This book is a must for avid photographers--but it does not substitute for gathering the proper maps and related information for the hike. I use this book in conjunction to Falcon Guides/Moon, etc. as well as Nat Geo Trails Illustrated Maps and other topo maps. The beauty of this series is the author provides a peek at what you'll see--along with some helpful hints about best times to visit, what lens is best--filters and so forth. That's priceless.