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  • Robert Conrad

    Beautiful work. You really have your HDR technique dialed in and perfected. I’m envious. I just need to spend more time in the field. Keep up the good work and, please, keep sharing. — Robert, San Diego

    November 30, 2015
    • Thanks so much, Robert, for stopping by and for your positive comments. Most appreciated. Hopefully next year I will be blogging (and shooting) much more.

      Really got bogged down the past few years with caring for my elderly father. Been doing HDR for many years, long before most photographers knew it existed. I use a variety of software now for processing, not just Photomatix Pro. The LR (Lightroom)/Enfuse plug-in works great too.

      December 03, 2015
  • Charlie

    be sure to visit in winter or late November to February.
    too hot otherwise.

    May 22, 2015
    • We were in Twenty Mule Team Canyon in early May and the weather was very warm but dry. Visited late in the day just before sunset, so the temperature was tolerable. If you are not used to desert heat, it could certainly be a problem, especially in the summer in Death Valley, which is a blast furnace! – Renee

      June 28, 2015
  • I so enjoy your special features like this one Renée! What a great set of photos, and I really appreciate the information on the park you’ve included here, it really adds a lot to the feature you’ve published.

    April 28, 2015
    • Thanks so much for hopping by, Toad. I really appreciate your positive comments about my images and the post itself. Glad you found it helpful. Death Valley is truly a photographer’s dream and I hope you are able to visit one day from British Columbia. You would go hopping crazy! Thanks again for your kind words. They mean a lot to me.

      April 28, 2015
  • Kevin Cole

    Great read Renée. DVNP is indeed full of magical wonders and as many times as I have been there it is ever changing with new photographic opportunities.

    April 24, 2015
    • Thanks for stopping by, Kevin. Yes indeed, DVNP is filled with wonders and never ending photographic opportunities. In all my travels, I have never found a location with such diverse geology and extremes. Death Valley is my favorite!

      April 24, 2015
  • Great article, Renee. I enjoyed every photo tremendously, it brought back memories. Let’s go back!

    April 22, 2015
    • Glad to hear you enjoyed the article and images, Mimi. Especially since we took this awesome trip together. The late afternoon light was simply magical in Twenty Mule Team Canyon. Let’s go back in the Fall!

      April 24, 2015

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