Thank you, Phil!Stunning!
Beautiful Terri. Very interesting process.
Beautiful! Wonderful sapphire blue in the sky really enhances the context.
Everything about this shot is wonderful
Beautiful image. This is spectacular, and deserves to be printed.
I print a lot, and print big. I have another 80x40" print leaving this week. Something in post did add some noise in the blue sky. Depending on size, and what paper you are printing on, you might want to denoise just the sky a little. In print skies drive me crazy. We all know what a sky is supposed to look like, so it better look correct. Most people have never seen delicate arch- so they don't know. You can do anything you want with it. Looks great here.
It will be a wonderful print either way.
Thanks for checking that out, Mike. Do you remember what the others were? Also, I corrected my typo.I found a webpage dated two years ago indicating that light painting was banned only in five national parks. Arches National Park was one of them.
Gorgeous image Terri. Think it would make a great print addition to any home.
This is absolutely gorgeous, Terri! It will be a beautiful print and a wonderful gift for your son-in-law's parents and their new home!
Really a special image!! Wow!!
This is an outstanding image!!! Really well done!
I agree. One needs to be very careful with CEP. I find most of the presets are way too strong in the default position. Detail Extractor, IMHO, can add a lot of artifacts. At first, pushing an image a lot may seem great, but the IQ does start to suffer. Start the slider at -0- and then move up very slowly. Using the control points to only apply the effect to a specific part of the image is a big help also.
Outstanding image. Love the processing.
Love colors and composition.
Do you remember what the others were?
Really beautiful, Terri! I would suggest printing this on aluminum. The colors will be vibrant.
WOW Terri. That is really beautiful. It will be the showpiece in the home.
Guess what image will be featured Friday? Yep, stunning image.
Great decision! The only reason I didn't nominate it is that I nominated the last photo made by Terri that was featured on the home page.
Nick dropped me a note, so it got done!
What an amazing image! Well done!
An awesome job Terri, very creative. I'd have this image hanging somewhere in my home.
That is a pretty special photograph. I certainly can understand why you want a large print!
The five American national park units where light painting isn't allowed, at least according to the article that was originally two years old but was updated in 2020, are:
- Arches National Park
- Canyonlands National Park
- Natural Bridges National Monument
- Hovenweep National Monument
- Grand Teton National Park