Tip of the day: Photographing the Grand Canyon


Canon 5D MKII, EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM at 340mm, 0.3 sec. at f/9, ISO 100

If you get the chance to visit the Grand Canyon, take this little piece of advice to heart when taking photographs. Although the north rim looks level as you look across the canyon, it really isn’t. Pay attention when you’re composing your shot, and make sure your horizon line is level. This will require you to tilt your camera slightly. Trust me, you’ll thank me for this one, as failing to do so will result in a bunch of crooked looking images.


About Jason Keefe

Jason Keefe is a landscape and nature photographer residing in the mountains of northwest Arizona. His passion for photography is driven by an undying love for the great outdoors. Jason has twenty plus years experience in landscape photography, and has taught digital photography and Photoshop for his local community college. Starting in early 2014, Jason will be offering Photography Workshops focusing on teaching people how to maximize the potential of their digital cameras in the great outdoors.

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