canyon II

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  1. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I love these canyon shots of yours abraxas,and this is a great scene you have found,Great shot.Perhaps you could try a lower shooting angle next time.
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    Cool shot of a lovely place. Can I ask if it is a blend?.... as the tops of the trees that reach the sky are very dark compared to the rest of the tree.
     
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    Thanks chris. I spent the day meandering down the canyon trying a few different things, but mostly just sight-seeing and scouting out the place. I have two more trips I'd like to make there. One next September/October and again next spring. It's quite a drive and a location that bears returning to.

    Thank you.

    No blend, just some half-asked processing. It'll be a month or so before I can upgrade my cs2 to cs3 to process the raw files from my d300 the way I'd like. Right now I'm fooling with sharpening and dodging/burning for depth. My selections for details, like leaves and treetops just looks so skritchy.
     

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