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rpetruzzelli
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« on: May 02, 2010, 06:33:50 PM »
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Hello,

I just got back from AZ where my wife and I photographed Horseshoe Bend and Upper Antelope canyon in Page.  I found the Antelope Canyon segment on my LLVJ #4, but I seem to remember a segment where Michael and Steve photographed Horseshoe Bend.  I wanted to show this to my wife so she'd see why I wanted to go there to photograph in the Page areas.  Does anyone know which one I should look in.  I have all the LLVJs......

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Bob
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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2010, 06:51:12 PM »
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Hello,

I just got back from AZ where my wife and I photographed Horseshoe Bend and Upper Antelope canyon in Page.  I found the Antelope Canyon segment on my LLVJ #4, but I seem to remember a segment where Michael and Steve photographed Horseshoe Bend.  I wanted to show this to my wife so she'd see why I wanted to go there to photograph in the Page areas.  Does anyone know which one I should look in.  I have all the LLVJs......

Thanks,
Bob

Hi Bob, I have all the LLVJ's as well and I dont recall a segment with Steve and Michael at Horseshoe Bend. I think in LLVJ1 there was an interview segment that was shot maybe at Horshoe bend...(from memory it was with Alaine Briot.)

I know Steve has a DVD out that features Horeshoe Bend - but its not a LLVJ.
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« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2010, 06:53:28 PM »
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Hi Bob, I have all the LLVJ's as well and I dont recall a segment with Steve and Michael at Horseshoe Bend. I think in LLVJ1 there was an interview segment that was shot maybe at Horshoe bend...(from memory it was with Alaine Briot.)

I know Steve has a DVD out that features Horeshoe Bend - but its not a LLVJ.

Hi Josh,

So maybe that's why I couldn't find it........Age and senility....  

Thanks very much for the tip,
Bob
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« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2010, 07:01:20 PM »
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Hi Bob, I have all the LLVJ's as well and I dont recall a segment with Steve and Michael at Horseshoe Bend. I think in LLVJ1 there was an interview segment that was shot maybe at Horshoe bend...(from memory it was with Alaine Briot.)

I know Steve has a DVD out that features Horeshoe Bend - but its not a LLVJ.

Well, I just reviewed the whole Alain Briot segment and it isn't there.  Must just have been my imagination.......

Thanks for the reply,
Bob
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« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2010, 07:10:31 PM »
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You might try googling "Horseshoe Bend photos". It will give you a few samples that show it pretty well.
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« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2010, 08:19:38 PM »
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I think Kossack spends some time there in his Canyonland/Arches DVD.  Otherwise I do not recall a LLVJ episode that spends any time there.
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« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2010, 08:37:49 PM »
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I think Kossack spends some time there in his Canyonland/Arches DVD.  Otherwise I do not recall a LLVJ episode that spends any time there.

In Hindsight I think there may actually have been a print review with Michael and Steve where they talked about and compared their prints from Horseshoe Bend area - I only recall it because in Steve's print the river was purple and stuck out horribly as being just wrong.

Pretty sure this was issue 5 in the print review segment.

Edit - I checked and it is issue 5 - check out the above print review segment which briefly covers Deadhorse state park and Horseshoe Bend.
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« Reply #7 on: May 02, 2010, 09:43:08 PM »
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In Hindsight I think there may actually have been a print review with Michael and Steve where they talked about and compared their prints from Horseshoe Bend area - I only recall it because in Steve's print the river was purple and stuck out horribly as being just wrong.

Pretty sure this was issue 5 in the print review segment.

Edit - I checked and it is issue 5 - check out the above print review segment which briefly covers Deadhorse state park and Horseshoe Bend.

Thanks I'll check issue number 5 for that.  I was fairly sure there was something, and I remember that Steve's photo was really saturated...

Bob
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