Professional writer and landscape photographer Tim Truby has gathered all the photo-related information beginners and enthusiasts need to create their best photographs at Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef National Parks.
—Best shot locations
—Details on each trail
—Settings and lens thoughts
—Composition dynamics for each spot
—Landscape photography Top Ten
This material is more than a typical photo guidebook. It's how savvy photo enthusiasts and pros think about shooting these Utah parks, written in a style that's readable and entertaining.
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About the Author
Professional writer and landscape photographer Tim Truby has spent a career making abstract subjects accessible to readers. He’s written numerous articles for industry publications plus how-to books, user stories, video scripts, websites, even several (produced) plays. Companies he’s worked for include IBM, Toyota, Aerospace Corp., and Cars.com. For many years, Tim handled most of the corporate photographic needs at Cars.com’s California offices, including company portraits, event photography, and auto shows.
Tim has traveled extensively, and his portfolio of American and international photographs can be found at Tim-Truby-Photography.com. He has a special love of the Southwest and has been to the Utah parks many times over the last two decades. Tim was an army brat and grew up all over the USA as well as a couple of foreign countries. He has degrees from Brown University and Catholic University of America. He and his wife live in California.