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Joshua Tree National Park – Dried Up – heath ofee dot com

This week I’ll be sharing 5 images from my time in Joshua Tree National Park. Similar to the Salton Sea series, each of these photos will be processed in the same fashion, but unlike the previous series, all shots will be presented in a square crop. Using mobile apps like Instagram, Hipstamatic, and 100 Cameras in 1 have made me think in square crops a lot more, and I find myself liking the 1:1 aspect ratio more and more.

Today’s shot is from the first afternoon we spent in Joshua Tree. I’ve said this before, but the desert landscape was so alien to me, I couldn’t stop snapping shots of all the cool rock formations and desert vegetation. I hope you all enjoy going on a short journey through the park with me this week.

Canon EOS 50D, SIgma 10-20mm f/3.5, 10mm, F 16, ISO 100, 1/80 sec

12 thoughts on “Joshua Tree National Park – Dried Up

  1. Really interesting point you make about being influenced by the crop of iPhone photography apps (pun intended) being used more and more. With that said, it’s best when it is used effectively and you did a really nice job of that here.

    I agree with Jesse, the harsh treatment works well here, too.

  2. The 1:1 works really well, looking forward to the series. I am addicted to iPhone photo-apps and love how far image quality has come – and where it’s going.

  3. This is excellent. It looks like a giant rock crashed up through the ground on the right side of the photo.

    Epic scenery homey.

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