Badwater Basin in Death Valley contains salt flats which reside 282 feet below sea level. It is the lowest point in North America and it is an area we had an unsuccessful photo shoot in the past (“Below Sea Level“). Why was it unsuccessful? We did little to no planning, getting what we deserved –…
Sweet Light Photos
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I recently used Sweet Light Photos for a photo tour to the Grand Canyon and Page, AZ. Every aspect of the trip was handled from A to Z. From a perfect sunrise to a scrumptious evening meal, every part of the day was planned to perfection. With their years of experience shooting in the southwest, you are in good hands with Sweet Light Photos. One of the things that I liked the most was all the hidden or secret places they knew about, away from all the crowds, which allowed me to get some great shots I would not have found on my own. I give Sweet Light Photos my highest recommendation for anyone looking to find the best spots to photograph in Arizona and Southern Utah.
-- Paul Lynch
We’ve been here before. The first time nearly killed me (see Sand Dunes of Death Valley). This time we were determined to get there early so we could take our time traversing the dunes. As always, we wanted to improve on our previous photos. We got there early and hiked into the dunes to a crest where…
Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada Valley of Fire conjures up images of fiery-red rocks contrasting with deep blue sky. As we entered the Nevada State Park, we were met with exactly that. In some ways, the contrast of red rock to the mountains around was akin to the Garden of the Gods in Colorado…