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Antelope Canyon • Page, AZ

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These photos are from Upper & Lower Antelope Canyon on the Navajo Indian Reservation, one of the

most amazing place I’ve ever been to. All photos are long time exposures on a tripod.

Thanks, Hugh

Stewart Mansion • Galveston, TX

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“Haunted” Stewart Mansion built in 1926 was really a fun place to find and share with my friend Brenda. The legend is at night the pirates change places on the wall. The pirates were real, the one above the stairs is Jean Lafitte. There is no electricity so bring a flash light, it is really dark inside, which makes it pretty spooky.  All photos are taken with tripod and battery power flash units, then processed with Topaz Adjust to bring back the colors which are very faded. As always if you want the technical info, just reply.

Enjoy,

Hugh


Maroon Bells Aspen, CO

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The Maroon Bells are located just outside Aspen Colorado and are on the list of “fourteeners”, (14,000ft)

Photo tip of the day, use a tripod. It give you a constant frame for composition, stability for longer exposures, feels your hands and slows you down where you can use your most important photography skill your BRAIN!

Enjoy,

Hugh

Sunset Beach Cliffs • San Diego, CA

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When I knew I would be going to San Diego for a commercial assignment, I was hoping I would get the time to go to the beach at sunset, since the west is where the sun sets over the water. My plan was to find some cliffs and the park was even named “Sunset Cliffs Beach”

I have had a very hard time trying to pick my favorite photos because the sunset was spectacular and the light changed from blue to gold to red and each photo was unique and stood on it’s own.

I ran all the photos through “Topaz Adjust”. If anyone wants the technical data, just reply.

Thanks, Hugh