Superstition Mountains pt2

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  1. voodoocat

    voodoocat ))<>(( Supporting Member

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    Here are a few shots from the roll of Velvia on my 35mm system.

    Sunset was nice this evening.
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    This is all practice for the big show coming up in a week or two when the wildflowers bloom.
     
  2. Tammy

    Tammy TPF Noob!

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    These are gorgeous!

    I'm particularly fond of #1(for the rich tones) and #3 for the tones as well as dof - stunning.
     
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    :drool: Can I move next door?

    The first one seems to have to much magenta in it for me. :?
     
  4. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    wowsers! my nitpick is the usual darkness factor, but this one sweet shot voo! Chur Bro!!! numbers 1 and 2 aint too shabby either!

    don't tempt the mods young lady! :mrgreen:
     
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    Sorry sir... :angel: I just wanted to be able to witness such a site in person. Wow it's gorgeous! I love the open space. I miss it. The city grew in around me where I'm at. :cry:
     
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    This whole set is great voo! The silhouettes are very nice and fitting for the desert atmosphere.
     
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    Sweet set Voods. I prefer the first one, but I love 'em all.
     
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    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh - here are the rest! :D hmmm....

    #1) 'Splain that purple sky.... confess if you PS'd it!! CONFESS!!! It doesn't look like it came from a lil ole roll of Velvia, but if I'm wrong you can ***** slap me. k? :wink:

    #2) Yes, it's as utterly perfect as you think it is. Stunning image. Love it!!! :D

    #3) ...is this the one you rescanned and lost some of the sky...? :scratch: Or just a similar shot with the cool log in the front? &lt;must check to see> Regardless, this one obviously has the polarizer and looks beautiful.

    #4) Near perfection, but I want to see the top of the cactus.... :cry:

    #5) See #4..... but damn, what a beautiful capture!! Am I being too picky here about the cactus tops?? :blulsh2:


    I wish I could be there....I miss AZ!!!!!
     
  9. voodoocat

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    Thanks Terri :D

    I didn't do any photoshop work to give it that purple sky. It was sunset and it was overcast over the mountains. I also used a Polarizer on that shot.

    #3 is with the same log from the one taken with the Yashicamat. I didn't lose any sky. It's a problem with wide angle lenses and a polarizer. The sun is over my right shoulder.
     
  10. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like #1, but would like to see a little more sky, like #5 the most of the sunsets :thumbsup:
    So this is only practice?
     
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    :scratch: did change the image 3? for some reason its not looking as dark... but regardless its my kind of shot. I love it!
     
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    Nope, didn't change it. Are you looking through the same monitor?
     

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