Getting Closer to Cathedral Rock

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  1. JTHphoto

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    1. If you like color...
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    2. If you prefer black & white...
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    3. More color...
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    4. Sort of a sepia conversion, i guess...
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    5. A Sedona footpath...
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    6. Time for your close-up...
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    Very nice.
    I prefer the b/w as a photo, but I also think that what makes these formations so special is their color :)
     
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    :thumbup: i'm right there with you woodsac, it's a shame to remove such wonderful colors... but that's what makes digital so much fun, it's so easy to have both!
     
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    Same here - I think the colour #1 is the one I'd hang. But the B&W seems to have made the banding in the rocks stand out more in places, I like. I don't think the sepia type works as well though.

    I like the focal point of the cactus in #3, but the vertical white branch is bugging me :confused:

    Great photos!
     
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    i love the last one. Its somthing i could have on my wall.
     
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    Great shots......yea i prefer the B+W of the first shot, but the colours are great in it too. Good series tho :thumbup:
     
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    They're all great but #4 ... #5 ... those do it for me!
     
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    sepia :D love all of them but sepia is the coolest :D
     
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    i like the first best, but I would do a 5/7 ratio on the crop, and clone out the stick above the cactus I think.
     
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    Wow...nice stuff again. Really digging the coloured shots.
     
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    Same here....

    Steve
     

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