My Photograph of the Day: Sedona Fins

A new feature of 2018, I am going to present a photograph of the day. The daily photograph can also be found on Instagram. Today's photograph comes from a recent visit to Sedona, Arizona. Enjoy!

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Back country views of some fins in Sedona, Arizona.

On a recent trip to Sedona, Arizona, I managed to hike Little Horse Trail to Chicken Point. The view of this photograph is the buttes beside Chicken Point which would be to the left of the photograph.  This area is popular with trail bikers and hikers, and is a rather short and fairly easy trail.  We went further that day onward to Submarine Rock where we turned around to try to catch sunset at Cathedral Rock.

I used my Canon 5D mark II with my EF 16-35mm f/4L IS set to 23mm.  I shot the photograph with my camera set at f/16, 1/6 sec at ISO 100.

I processed the photograph in Lightroom and did final processing in Photoshop to remove dust spots (I hate dust spots!!! And yes, I clean my lens often!). I also did some processing using my Nik ColorEfx Pro plugin which I then put to around 20% opacity to give just a little presence to the photograph.

If you like this photograph and would like to purchase a print (or most any other medium) visit my page for this photograph at my Fine Art America website here.

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David Cote is a landscape and travel photographer who helps aspiring photographers develop the confidence and habits they need to improve their photography skills. If not selling photography at art shows or online, he can be found sharing his love and knowledge of photography with other aspiring photographers.

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