Photo Tips at Oregon's Painted Hills
By Kevin & Amanda on October 05, 2012
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After exploring the surreal terrain of the Painted Hills, Amanda offers some useful photography tips for capturing the jaw-dropping beauty. If you've never seen this unusual place, it's worth checking out her stunning photos:
"It’s also important to note which direction you’re shooting and where the sun is. It was late afternoon, so you’ll notice that the photos taken looking east, with the sun at my back have a vibrant, deeply saturated, bright blue sky. But the photos taken looking west, into the sun, have a lighter, almost white sky. And photos taken looking north or south are kind of in-between. I try to shoot with the sun at my back as much as possible so I can have that crisp blue sky!"
Image credit: Amanda via Kevin & Amanda.
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