Pathway to Paradise

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Pathway to Paradise

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On day 4 of my Zion Fall Color Trip, I headed into the famous Virgin River Narrows at first light. Because the water was cold, I wore dry pants and thick neoprene socks, which worked very well to keep my legs dry and my feet warm for the entire day of hiking in the water. In all, I spent nearly 10 hours in the Narrows that day, and as always the time flew by in this majestic and awe-inspiring place.

This classic scene was my second to last image made that day. I had run out of Velvia, so I made the exposure on 4x5" Kodak Ektar 100 color negative film. The exposure was 1 minute & 8 seconds @ ƒ/45 with a CPL on my Intrepid 4x5" large format view camera.

This was a very tricky negative to scan, but the final result is an incredibly sharp, massive-resolution image filled with rich detail and color tones that could be printed to 40x50 inches at 300dpi (you could stick your nose right up to it and only see more image details and fine film grain, not pixels).

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