Added by on 2019-04-09

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote In this episode we explore the legendary and iconic landscape of Monument Valley, which is known from a lot of western movies. Monument Valley is an obvious location for landscape photography and an absolute must to visit if you’re ever in the neighborhood. SUBSCRIBE TO E-MAIL NOTIFICATION: BUY PRINTS: INSTAGRAM: HOMEPAGE: FACEBOOK: 500px: MY GEAR and recommended gear: Sigma 20mm f/1.4 for Canon: UK Amazon: US Amazon: Canon 16-35mm f/4: UK Amazon: US Amazon: Sigma 24-105mm f/4: UK Amazon: US Amazon: Canon 70-200mm f/4 UK Amazon: US Amazon: Excellent extra 3rd party batteries for most Canon cameras: UK Amazon: US Amazon: CF card: UK Amazon: US Amazon: SD card: UK Amazon: US Amazon: VLOG Camera: UK Amazon: US Amazon: ZOOM H1, sound recorder: UK Amazon: US Amazon: STEP-UP ring system: UK Amazon: US Amazon: Camera blower: UK Amazon: US Amazon: Video Rating: / 5


  • Randall Stewart 1 year ago

    Given the time, effort and expense of just getting to MV, I found that reserving a tribal guide for a dedicated photo tour was well worth the relatively nominal cost. We started at dawn and spent about 4 hours traveling through the tribal areas not accessible from the public tour road. The guide provided the vehicle and drove, which was required for the off road areas we accessed. If you want the classic "kitch" photo, the local hotel (Goulding's) used to hire a tribal member to dress up every day like a chief and sit on his horse atop John Ford Point, staring into the distance, so its guests on their bus tour could take his picture from the parking lot. If you're in the parking lot ….

  • Vincent Provenzano 1 year ago

    Outstanding images of the iconic American Southwest. Job well done, my friend.

  • Michael Sharpe 1 year ago


  • Seth Payseur 1 year ago

    Love the fantasy element Mads! The image certainly had impact.

  • Christine de Leon 1 year ago

    Thank you for the tips! love the compositions you have made.

  • Peter Benoke 1 year ago

    Thank you Peter, your work is fabulous and inperational.

  • Jim Jackson 1 year ago

    The composite shots were awesome! Great work.

  • John DeWaele 1 year ago

    Stunning images! Thank you for sharing! My son and I will be there next week! As I listened to you, your voice reminded me of my F1 hero Michael Schumacher! I miss seeing him at the tracks and hope he recovers.

  • Si Wheeler 1 year ago

    Lovely place. I stayed in a lodge away from the hotel building, peaceful.

  • Hungry In Vegas 1 year ago

    I really enjoyed your composites; great tips!

  • Florian Cortese 1 year ago

    Thank you.  Great information

  • Steve Arita 1 year ago


  • eric moss 1 year ago

    Great video, as always. BTW, "butte" is pronounced like the first syllable of "beaut-iful". Don't be embarrassed — the first time I saw that word I pronounced it "butty". Being American can do that. 😉

  • TheChuck134 1 year ago

    Great photos. Just went there. Beautiful place

  • Jim Thorup 1 year ago

    Great introduction to Monument Valley. This place was also on my bucket list for many years. Once I finally had the opportunity to vist Monument Valley, there was so much more to see and photograph than the Valley itself. A guided tour into Mystery Valley – next to Monument Valley opens up whole new perspectives of whole Navajo reservation area and the Night Views from Gouildings are also spectacular. Spring brings clear weather and nice colors. These are some hints for the next visits.

  • saurabh vidwans 1 year ago

    Faroe Islands pics are amazing

  • dezzz007 1 year ago

    thanks for the tips.
    i can use them when I go in October!

  • Kent Whitney 1 year ago


    Thank you for all that you have created here, exceptional work and very much appreciated. I plan to review your entire series, with pleasure…

    Again, thank you and many Blessings!

    The PhotogDog (Kent)

  • Mike Romano 1 year ago

    Mads, I have been to this location many times. At the time I photographed monument Valley I was living in Denver CO. It was about an 8 hour Drive. Well worth every mile. Your work is stunning.
    Mike Romano.

  • The Serial Hobbyist Girl 1 year ago

    Beautiful video and photos. I love that you mentioned this is Navajo territory and to be respectfull.

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