Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Photo Tips from Pink Jeep's Tour Trekker!

Tour Trekker on Red Pass (Titus Canyon, Death Valley)

Tour Trekker on the way to the Racetrack Playa!

The Tour Trekker is an excellent photo platform. Photos can be taken right through the windows. The windows are tinted so it is a good idea to take the photo straight out the window, as much as possible, to minimize distortion.

With only 10 guests on board, it is very convenient to stop at neat photo taking opportunities like Desert Bighorn Sheep or Wild Horses.

Photographers can take turns sitting up front with the guide to capture that special photo. Just remember to take turns so that all that want to sit up front can.

One thing to remember on rougher roads: keep your camera or anything delicate off of the floor so that it won't be damaged by the bumpiness. Hold delicate equipment in your lap or seatbelt it into an empty seat.

Also: When climbing into the rear of the Trekker, always remember to duck your head if you are tall. The head room at the entrance is limited. Also, remember to duck on the way out.

Following the tips above will make your photography experience great! The Pink Jeep Tour Trekker is a state-of-the-art off-road tour vehicle.

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