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Old 02-19-2009, 11:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I realize monitors are set differently, so I hope the colors will be as vivid as on the print. This was printed on Fuji Pearl, and the border is as shown.

Sorry it isn't a nude, but if I get good critiques on this one, maybe next time (just kidding).

..edit.. I keep getting an error message when I click on the image. I am not sure if it will load from the GG portfolio system or not.

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very nice image, reminds me of when i was living in Alpine.
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Re: Guadalupe Mountains National Park
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I see the image fine when I click on it.

Very nice, vivid colors. My advice would be to lighten the plants in the foreground just a touch and possibly burn in the upper corners just a bit.

I'm sure the colors in the print jump moff the page, well done!
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Very rich and vivid, I love the saturation and I really like the composition.
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The colors are amazing and I am wondering how much post process went into it? The way it moves from green to red to blue is incredible. Th saturation is a tad much for my taste, but on the paper I'll bet it is great.
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Here is the original. Yes a lot of changes with Photoshop. Thanks for the comments.

After driving more than 3 hours only to see there is not much except a bunch of dead grass on a mountain, and not a cloud for 100 miles, all you can do is expose it properly, compose it as creatively as possible, and then finalize the creation it as you see it in your mind.

I might have mentioned this , but on this day the wind was over 40 mph, with gusts to 55.

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For anyone interested: D60 Canon, f/14 @1/320 sec, ISO200, 28mm
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