Double Monument Rainbow


┬ęGleb Tarro

Photograph by Gleb Tarro, Fotowalk.com
Location: Monument Valley, Arizona
Date: 2010

Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 24mm
Aperature: f/16
ISO: 250
Exposure: 1/125 sec

Note: Gleb Tarro captured this double rainbow photo in Monument Valley, Arizona. Could you imagine what the “double rainbow guy” would of said if he saw this. The scenery in this photo is truly stunning, but to capture it with a double rainbow is very lucky. I love the path that leads to the base of the rainbow. It feels like a pot of gold should be there when I reach the end. Great moment to capture!

Tip: It’s good practice to shoot landscapes with a higher aperture to get the full scene in focus. When doing so, make sure you are letting enough light in by increasing your film speed (ISO). But be careful, increase to high and you may find your picture full of grain.

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