Cabin at the top of the Canyon

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  1. abraxas

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    this is probably going to sound sillybut i findthe picture to orrange the dirt is yellow/orange, and with the dying orrange bushes and the browny cabin it all blends in too much for me.
    I do like the composition though. i do lioke your other pics more :)
     
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    ^^^ +1
    I agree. It's A nice image, but too monotone to have the "Oomph" factor.
     
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    yeah, couldn't get the separation I wanted. Thanks!
     
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    Convert it to B&W with a high contrast red filter. Decrease the brightness slightly. Add grain. Add a slight vignette.

    Whole new picture. ;)
     
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    The picture creates a nice sunset low over the cabin. I love the colours makes it looks nice and warm.
     
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    I like it. Very "The Hills have Eyes"-ish :lol:
     
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    I might. I have some other shots in the area to work with. Not quite hitting stride lately.

    Here's an older one:
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    Thanks. I'm hoping to work with it more in a week or two. Maybe bring out that building more.

    Thanks- Funny you mention that. The original movie, I think made back in the 70s, was filmed in Lucerne Valley (Maybe the remake too?), anyway, since July I've been working on a slideshow presentation for the Lucerne Valley Museum Association showing, "The Scenic Mojave." I'm getting down to the wire. The talk is Wednesday. I'm on it (btw, no sunset photos for me today-must work).
     
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    The Remake was shot in Morocco.
     

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