Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona Arizona photo and Photo tip no 1

I keep getting requests for the odd tip or two on photography from people about to go travelling. So I thought I’d combine my normal post of travel photos with the occasional very short tip. First the photo of the Chapel of the holy Cross just out of Sedona and built into the bright coloured rock formations of the tableland. It’s a pretty spectacular sight, especially from the base. The wisps of high cloud drifting across the top give a eerie feel! 1/125 @ f8 24mm ISO100
And so to the tip – if you want to grab a shot at any time keep your camera ON. On both DSLR’s and compacts you need to disable the power saving option (you can always turn it back on later). For smartphones the camera app needs to be on or at least on your home page.

Chapel of the Holy Cross built in the red rock of Sedona, Arizona USA ©2013 Nick Katin

Chapel of the Holy Cross built in the red rock of Sedona, Arizona USA ©2013 Nick Katin

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