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I’m packing up and heading out this weekend to shoot the fall colors in Ouray Colorado. I’ve really only spent about 3-4 days in Colorado in my life and they were all near Denver during winter. So heading to the southwest part of the state, to Ouray, will be a whole new experience. I hear nothing but great things about the entire area, so I’m really excited to spend some time there.

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The main goal of this trip is to shoot the fall colors of the San Juan mountain range. They supposedly just got some snow and I hear the color is looking pretty good. Before I packed up, I took a quick snapshot with my iPhone of my camera bag and figured I’d go over what I usually take. I usually travel really light but I have a few more items than normal on this trip (I usually just travel with my camera body and 1-2 lenses). I’m trying out a Canon 5D Mark III with 24-105mm lens, and a Zeiss 25mm lens that was sent to the office for review so we’ll see how that goes. But my main shooting gear is:

Main Camera Body: Nikon D800

Lenses:

• Nikon 18-35mm

• Tamrom 24-70mm

• Nikon 70-200mm

Tripod & Ballhead: Really Right Stuff TVC-33 and BH-55

Filters: Circular Polarizer, 3-stop ND, 6-stop ND, 10 Stop Lee Big Stopper

And the usual memory cards, cleaning supplies, cable release and spare battery.

Wish me luck! I’ll post some photos along with some write-ups about the trip next week. Have a good one!

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