Page, Arizona The shapes, curves, and textures of Antelope Canyon make it a location that is constantly changing, depending on the light coming in. With the changing light and the natural darkness in the canyon, extremely long exposures are possible. This allows the film to be pushed to its absolute limits, resulting in the rich color and detail that made this canyon famous. Shooting down there can be risky. You never know—until returning back to the lab—if you have captured a masterpiece or a burnt out piece of film, so it is critical to select your location carefully and shoot even more carefully.