Light painting on Delicate Arch re-edited

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fantastic and I also recommend aluminum.... if you need a printer, these guys are imo, the best and they print and ship to clients all over the USA.. Richard the owner is fantastic to work with and only does Fantastic work. These days I only sell Aluminum prints.

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they do test prints and send you a small one plus your first order I think they take 20% off.

Thanks for the info. I think I'll get an aluminum print for my house!!

Beautiful Terri. Well done.

Thank you, Ron.

thats just perfect!

Why, thank you so much!!
 
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I shared this photo several years ago. My son-in-law wants to give a print of this to his parents for a new home they just bought in southern Utah. I re-edited it using Color Efex Pro. I thought it might be fun to share it again now that I have a new edit that I like better. The night we did this was a very fun evening that I will never forget. We had a wild time hiking down with our headlamps and flashlights. There was no moon and it was so dark. It was my one and only lightpainting experience. I think we need to try it again, although I think light painting in the national parks is banned now. View attachment 1675204
Thats is stunning Teri I lreally like it a lot. What is Lightpainting? Is that where you use a flashlight on the subject?
 
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