Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by abraxas, May 11, 2008.
Great photograph, I just can't stand those sepia tones, never really could and never will, I guess.
Any chance, there will ever be a version without the sepia filter?
Maybe next time I go out.
Very nice - I think the sepia tones look good with the rocks
I'm not a big fan of the sepia tones either, but it's a neat shot regardless.
I need to stop watching so much Star Trek, though... literally my first reaction was to expect to see Captain Kirk pop around the rock there looking all serious and flip open his communicator to tell Scotty something really critical. I need help.
Nice shot though.
I really like the sepia tone on this one. The composition is spot on. I like how the large overhanging rock seems to frame the smaller ones.
Great work under what appears to be a really difficult lighting situation. However, it is the lighting that really makes the shot and adds to the texture of the rocks.
You live in an interesting place, Abraxas.
Thanks Miaow. Had to try something different.
Thank you Dani.
Thanks Rick. I've been to this place so many times--The lighting is like an argument I enjoy with an old friend.
Playing with this 180 adapter lately, I find I need to go back and do it again. I love it here.
I think sepia works well in this shot too. The composition is excellent and the lighting, while not spot on, is interesting.
lovely shot and well processed in sepia....I love the rocks here, they look almost pliable like plastecine.
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