Photo Tips For Visiting Bryce Canyon National Park
The National Park Foundation is proud to release their annual ‘Top 10’ list, a photography guide highlighting the very best Fall photo experiences in America’s national parks and public lands.
Coming in at number two among the ‘Top 10’ is Bryce Canyon National Park, famous for its unique geology, consists of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters carved from the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah. The vast and austere landscape is one of the world’s most scenic backdrops. Its awe-inspiring canyons and cliffs embrace a spectacular array of geological wonders. This high, rugged, and remote region has bold plateaus and multi-hued cliffs running for distances that defy human perspective.
The park’s diverse landscape makes Bryce Canyon National Park an ideal site for photographers to explore the rich color and texture of rock formations.
A Ford Photo Tip For Your Trip - With such vast beauty it is often best to search for details, and this is easy to do when you use a wide angle lens. To keep these photo from appearing staged zoom in on smaller areas rather than shooting an entire rock formation. A shot of the base, indentation, or curve of a rock can be a more powerful image.
The “Share the Experience” photo contest benefits America’s Federal Recreational Lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Reclamation, the National Park Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Forest Service.
We hope these tips are helpful, and inspire you to get out and explore some of America’s hidden gems hidden within the nation's public parks and recreation lands.
By James and AJ Grass
To find more about the Current Contest http://www.sharetheexperience.org.