Antelope Canyon color shifts
This is a photo taken in the Lower Antelope Canyon, near Page, taken mid-afternoon (past noon) using a long exposure. This place is a mecca for rock photography. As your eye adapts to the darkness it will catch a hint of the gradual color shifts on the wall caused by the complex light diffraction on the rock. However you'll have to fight your senses that will naturally compensate the color shifts and make you see everything as the same red hue. The lens has no subjective perception and will capture the true colors. You will find the most dramatic color shifts in the darker corners that only recieve indirect light. The photo colors are natural, I however kicked a notch saturation for RC eye candy with Gimp. Constructive criticism welcome.
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