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Mar 22, 2015 20:06 |  #1

Finally had an opportunity to create some images after multiple trips to Moab over the years. In past trips, conditions were not conducive to photography. This trip, finally conditions worthy...:)

Deadhorse Point in Monochrome:


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Mar 23, 2015 08:17 |  #2

Good capture of the subdued light at this time of day.
Needed to switch to the eyeglass link with the gray background to really see it.
A bright white bg overwhelms it.


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Mar 23, 2015 10:16 |  #3

I like #1 as b/w captures the feeling of the moment better.


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Mar 23, 2015 12:26 |  #4

Both look good, however, I prefer b&w. It looks as if in b&w was more contrast and sharpening.


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Apr 01, 2015 19:50 |  #5

To me, #2 has a lot of potential . I would work on it some more in Lightroom or Photoshop and try to lighten it up a bit. The color here (sky) is fantastic and I don't think B&W does the scene justice.


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Apr 02, 2015 10:05 |  #6

cerett wrote in post #17501254 (external link)
To me, #2 has a lot of potential . I would work on it some more in Lightroom or Photoshop and try to lighten it up a bit. The color here (sky) is fantastic and I don't think B&W does the scene justice.

Agreed! Great shot nonetheless.
Give it a little punch and I think this photo would look even better!


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Apr 07, 2015 20:56 |  #7

NinetySeventy wrote in post #17501922 (external link)
Agreed! Great shot nonetheless.
Give it a little punch and I think this photo would look even better!

I did notice that it was darker on the website than on my screen when editing. Now that I am back from Big Bend NP, I'll be re-calibrating my screen and doing some additional PP. Thanks for the feedback!!


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