Well as you know this is a sunset shot and the sun had just about dipped below the mountains on the left of the shot which put just about 2/3 of the salt pan in the shade. i.e. cooler WB temps. Kept them there since it seemed to work instead of changing the WB to a warmer look, since the mountains on the right were in nice warm light already.. Did not want to over do the warm light... Also it was January out there and a bit cold.I like it. Not been there, but is it suppose to be blue?
Thanks David...Lovely shot Eric. I like the perspective and the colors in the shot. Thanks for sharing. God Bless, David
Thanks Debbi...I agree. VERY nice!
Thanks....Way cool! Nice detail and perspective! Wonderful how each side of the valley has its own look.
Thanks Anthony...Never saw "Towers", but I love this one! What's the temperature when this was taken?
The salt is white David, which can reflect the blue sky to some degree like snow. I have a sunset shot from the same area taken last January, the salt has a blue cast in mine also.I like it. Not been there, but is it suppose to be blue?
Thanks Doug.. Yep we walked out about a mile or so on the salt pan....The salt is white David, which can reflect the blue sky to some degree like snow. I have a sunset shot from the same area taken last January, the salt has a blue cast in mine also.
Sunset at Badwater, I love that area Eric. Looks like the salt crust is a little less broken up than when I was there. Very nice.
Thanks Commodore 64...Well done and a good play of light and dark and warm vs cool tones in the image, I like it. Wade