A few weeks ago I took my boys to Moab with a few friends. We do a lot of off roading and living 5 hours from Moab is too good to pass up. It's a common family past time for us, and in doing so, I had to bring my camera and you guys along for the ride.
The difficulty during this trip was that I was with a bunch of friends so photography had to take a back seat (no pun intended). We had a lot of fun though. Two of these images ended up on my web gallery, but I'm nut sure if I'll keep them there. What do you guys think?
Everything was shot on a large format 4x5 film camera. The color photography was done with Fuji Velvia and the black and white landscape photography was done with Kodak T-Max 400.
If you saw my last video which announced my new project of shooting every National Park in America, this trip does not count toward that goal. Why? Because it was done before the goal was set, I didn't document it well enough, and I didn't get an arch shots which is a necessity if you're going to photography Arches National Park. I'll be back.
To visit my online gallery, go to: http://www.hoodsphotography.com
To read about Project Wild: Photographing America’s National Parks, go to my blog at http://www.hoodsphotography.com/blog or watch the YouTube series at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvkGrZBwJVIYFNOFZ46uC6wkZ_Ec42pst
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