By highlighting the flowing ridges and varying surfaces found within the cavernous canyon, Gregory Boratyn believes he has, literally, shown the natural attraction in a new light.
“I think we all agree that pictures of Antelope Canyon are popular and one can find just about a million of them on the Internet,” Mr Boratyn explains.
“They are all very nice, but also very similar. So, I figured I’d make my pictures different by processing them in a unique way, so they stand out a bit. Otherwise they’d be boring.”
He continues: “First, I decided to make them monochrome. I converted them to black and white using photo software. They all looked rather uninteresting, so I added a bit of blue tonality.”
“The place in the summer time is quite cold, since it’s underground, so instead of black and white I decided to go with blue and black; to emphasize the coldness of the rock and the place itself,” he adds.
The results are dreamlike… These images look as if they have been taken in a newly-discovered Martian canyon. To see more photos from Gregory Boratyn, please, check his website www.eveningphotography.com.