Sunset over the Grand Canyon. Nikon D200. 17-55mm Nikkor f/2.8 at 23mm. ISO 200. 1/500 sec at f/4.8. Copyright Joanne Mason 2012.
Several images of Grand Canyon sunsets have already been posted. (Can we ever tire of such images?!) This image was processed with HDR techniques. This edition has been newly edited with additional processing in photoshop. The shot is taken from Navajo Point on the South Rim. Click image for larger.
Grand Canyon with Tree. Nikon D200. 17-55mm Nikkor f/2.8, at 22mm. ISO 200. 1/600 sec at f/2.8. Copyright Joanne Mason 2012.
I’m raiding the archives for images that haven’t been posted here yet. Here’s another from the Grand Canyon series, shot in the mid-afternoon sun from the south rim. Click image for larger.
Canyon View with Old Tree. Nikon D200. 12-24mm Nikkor f/4 at 22mm. ISO 200. 1/200 sec at f/13. Copyright Joanne Mason 2012.
This image from the Grand Canyon series is new here, not previously posted. It’s newly edited. Needless to say, I like the remnants of old trees. Click for larger.
Photograph by Joanne Mason. Copyright 2012 All rights reserved.
In recognition of my photographs going up at Fine Art America, we have a special promotion! For a very limited time, obtain a 36″ x 24″ stretched canvas print of this Grand Canyon image for only $135. This special promotion is from Fine Art America. This is less than half what this size canvas print will normally cost. Quantities limited.
A new slide show of my recent black-and-white work is now available at my gallery site Joanne Mason Photography: Slide Show. The slide show features high-resolution full-screen (click the fullscreen icon in upper right corner) images. (While you’re there, enjoy the rest of Joanne Mason Photography! And leave a comment in the guestbook!)
Grand Canyon Subset. Nikon D200. 17-55mm Nikkor f/2.8. 23 mm. ISO 200. 1/500 sec at f/4.8. Copyright Joanne Mason 2012.
This is the Grand Canyon at sunset, shot from Navajo Point on the South Rim. This has to be one of nature’s most spectacular shows. I have edited this and similar shots more than a half dozen times (see here and here), trying to get the color right. This is the best version. (Click image for larger.)