Sedona Clouds

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  1. icassell

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    I like the glow on the mountain, the tones and clouds. But the dead space in the front right it is drawing my eyes away from the glow and clouds.
     
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    Thanks, Jeff. That's actually background, but I agree with you. I'm going to try cropping it when I get home and see how it looks.
     
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    That mountain, along with all the other mountains in Sedona, are so gorgeous and colorful I think I would rather see this in color.
     
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    Thanks, but no -- it's rather boring in color (sort-of cliche, actually). I have shot zillions of sedona images and keep looking for ways of making them look different. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
     
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    Well i do agree that different is good. I actually have color shots of that same mountain. I guess i just see a picture of Sedona and want to see the red.
     

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