Brian Phillips of Citrus Heights

The photographer: Brian Phillips of Citrus Heights
Behind the lens: On our way from Sedona, Ariz., to the Grand Canyon, my wife, Shelley Phillips, and I stopped off at Canyon de Chelly, which was a favorite spot of well-known photographer Ansel Adams. This is a shot of Spider Rock, taken in the national park there, just outside of Chinle, Ariz. Camera was a Canon 7D. Lens is a Canon 16-35 L-series. Shutter speed 1/25. F:20. ISO 100.

Postcards from readers:Spider Rock at Canyon de Chelly, Arizona

Published: Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012 - 12:00 am | Page 3H
Last Modified: Monday, Oct. 22, 2012 - 8:02 pm

The photographer: Brian Phillips of Citrus Heights

Behind the lens: On our way from Sedona, Ariz., to the Grand Canyon, my wife, Shelley Phillips, and I stopped off at Canyon de Chelly, which was a favorite spot of well-known photographer Ansel Adams. This is a shot of Spider Rock, taken in the national park there, just outside of Chinle, Ariz. Camera was a Canon 7D. Lens is a Canon 16-35 L-series. Shutter speed 1/25. F:20. ISO 100.


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