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Featured October in Wyoming

Discussion in 'Black and White' started by rick_reno, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. A photo from vacation in mid October.
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  2. Gorgeous composition and post-processing. Hang it on the wall.

    Consider getting rid of the tiny thing in the lower left corner at the shoreline. Though it's quite small, it pulls my eye to that corner.
     
  3. Very nice Rick.
     
  4. Wow Rick, great capture, and nicely done on the B&W edit.
     
  5. Yes, very well done - quite dramatic!
     
  6. Stunning photo. Nicely done!
     
  7. Nice, love the atmosphere and b&w is the way to go. Congrats
     
  8. Butlerkid

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    Apr 8, 2008
    Rutledge, Tennessee
    Karen
    Strong composition and excellent processing! It certainly deserves a wall.
     
  9. Agree with all of the above. (y)(y)(y)
     
  10. Outstanding Rick. It's shots like this where the D850 really shines.(y)
     
  11. excellent (y)
     
  12. Stunning, and not a cliché shot--i.e., not one taken by Adams and millions of others! Yup, print it on metal :) 
     
  13. That really is a cracker.
     
  14. Thanks for the nice comment Mike. I'll remove that thing in the lower left...good idea. Discovered that was a person bending down, wearing a cowboy hat and looking at some rocks. He/she is gone in my copy.
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2019
  15. Thanks Bill. It's an area I wish I could spend more time in.
     
  16. Thanks Jim.
     
  17. Thanks Allan.
     
  18. Thanks John, it's odd for me but when I shot it I saw it in b&w.
     
  19. Thanks Karen, I showed it one of my friends in town, she'd like me to print it. Having done only one print since I got away from film, I have no idea where to begin,
     
  20. Thanks Bob.
     
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