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    Here is my final work-up of "Mono Lake Squall" from the workshop. First in color:



    And in B&W:



    I'm still conflicted over which I prefer, but leaning toward the B&W...
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    B&W final call for me
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    Jack,
    That is a tough image in a number of ways. I took a similar scene and in hindsight, wish I had exposed for the bright area to the right.
    There is some lovely detail in the distant mountains there that deserve burning in a bit if you can. Then IMO it looks best in B&W since the blues in the distant perspective are a bit much for me and obscure the "presence" of the scene.
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    IMHO, B&W

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    Bob,

    FWIW I did expose for the bright sky to the right, so nothing is blown and there is a bunch of detail in that area in this image --- you just need to view it in a larger print to see it! Native file size on this will print to 22x40 -- I used 5 vertical frames and cropped down to this final 16:9 aspect ratio from there. I'm thinking I'll offer a 14x22 version in the Gallery section -- printing both versions up now to see which looks best in print...
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    Ok call me a contrarian, but I like the color version the best Jack. That light area to the right is your eye's "landing zone" led right in by the fabulous yellow zones that walk you right into it. I like the read better as I believe the color helps this image myself. I would probably burn in a bit more on the left and your "squall line" for a bit more contrast there. Great shot Jack!

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    Chuck, as it turns out, I agree with you LOL!

    I just finished printing both up and I have to say they both look great. However, the range of hues and tones in the color version is impressive and adds quite a bit to the print image over the B&W version -- plus you can see the Fall yellow and orange colors in the tiny aspens in the distance. Color it is!
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    I'll also go with the color version (gorgeous either way, though). Maybe it's from living in a region of the country where it seems like it's overcast and denuded for six months of a year, but you learn to appreciate how others are able to bring out the subtle variations of color in the various environments around them. This is one of those shots. It so much more interesting to me than seeing another cliche long-exposure shot of a stream or waterfall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Jones View Post
    Ok call me a contrarian, but I like the color version the best Jack. That light area to the right is your eye's "landing zone" led right in by the fabulous yellow zones that walk you right into it. I like the read better as I believe the color helps this image myself. I would probably burn in a bit more on the left and your "squall line" for a bit more contrast there. Great shot Jack!

    Me too I love the color one. Even so I always like B&W I go with the color, its just beautiful.

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    [QUOTE=Jack Flesher;258266]Here is my final work-up of "Mono Lake Squall" from the workshop. First in color:



    Do not fit me the color of the sky towards the rest of the picture..
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    Jack the color version does it for me.

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    Kurt, Blas and Christopher, thank you for the feedback!

    Ceh, that was the color in the sky, give or take a few points of WB. There were even some clouds that looked almost green while others looked yellowish brown, along with the gray and blue. It was a pretty weird sky. The water in the lake was reflecting a lot of different hues as well...
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    Sweet images Jack. I like both color and b&w. What incredible conditions.

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    Thanks Ed!

    Is that an open-air chapel? Very cool setting and architecture, and very well photographed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Thanks Ed!

    Is that an open-air chapel? Very cool setting and architecture, and very well photographed!
    Thank you Jack.

    It is a glass chapel in Arkansas designed organically by Fay Jones who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright. We have two here in Benton County in similar settings. At first glance you would think they were the same design but they are surprisingly different.

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    Some more fall color



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Here is my final work-up of "Mono Lake Squall" from the workshop. First in color:



    And in B&W:



    I'm still conflicted over which I prefer, but leaning toward the B&W...
    They are both very beautiful to my eyes! Tough call for sure!

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Some more fall color



    I have been living in Florida since 2000, and I sure do miss all the beautiful fall colors I grew up with.
    Thanks Guy for reminding me what I am missing! Stunning work!
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    Thanks Darr!

    A few more colors, this time Aspens which we rarely get to see with this much red:











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    Thanks Darr, keep going into this file folder from the workshop and finding more. Living in AZ. I NEVER see these fall changes unless I travel North. So right there with you on this
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Ed - Lovely image.

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    Jack and Guy - Looks like it was a terrific workshop. I vote B&W but it's close. The aspen shots are very, very good.

    Regards,

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    Jack - tremendous.

    I like the wooden man standing in Aspens #2. :-) [Just to the right of centre]

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Campbell View Post
    Jack and Guy - Looks like it was a terrific workshop. I vote B&W but it's close. The aspen shots are very, very good.
    Thanks Woody! We all missed you on this one!
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    I like the wooden man standing in Aspens #2. :-) [Just to the right of centre]
    Thank you John, and good eyes! I like "him" too . In fact, I took the same shot at several different apertures, but liked this one best because of the shapes. FWIW, this one was the Phase 110 LS at f4.
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    Its not from a game...:-) - S2 - 35 mm

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    Another from Nova Scotia - 55 mm LS/P65+



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    Winooski Vermont pumpkin display taken with Phase One 40+ f8 ISO 100 10 sec. 80mm LS lens.

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    I personally blame you , landscape shooting lot, for dragging me out from bed on saturday morning to shoot some creek stuff.. You guys posting such a great pictures that i felt like trying too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    I personally blame you , landscape shooting lot, for dragging me out from bed on saturday morning to shoot some creek stuff.. You guys posting such a great pictures that i felt like trying too..
    And now I bet you're glad you did --- very nice image!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xpixel View Post


    Its not from a game...:-) - S2 - 35 mm
    ..amazing picture

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrump View Post
    Very nice Ed.
    Bravo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Thanks Darr!

    A few more colors, this time Aspens which we rarely get to see with this much red:











    Jack,
    this series is very Successful..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Some more fall color


    Wow,
    this picture is the best

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    S2,70mm,...Nik Silver Efex Pro...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    S2,70mm,...Nik Silver Efex Pro.
    nice "streety" shot.

    Hmm.. May be i should give Silver Efex another whirl. Didnt feel for it when tried about year ago, but this is nice conversion.

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    Fair Haven River, Bristol, Vermont, Phase One 645 DF 80mm LS lens, .3sec. at F22....Tom.

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    Ceh and Zone, very nice tonal ranges on those B&W's
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    Sergei,Jack -Thank you both for comments
    ..One more picture of atypical medium format..

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    Now that is MF . Miss and you cut your arm off catch it correctly and your a hero. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Now that is MF . Miss and you cut your arm off catch it correctly and your a hero. LOL
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    Recent trip to Cornwall yielded this from a beach renowned for the fantastic ovoid granite boulders. I was seeking something a bit different. Have burnt in the foreground rocks for balance and tamed some highlights on the moving water. The 'vignetting' is simply where the spray stopped! 645DF with 80mmLS on a P45+

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceh View Post
    Sergei,Jack -Thank you both for comments
    ..One more picture of atypical medium format..
    bloody hell..

    is there aftershot? (i mean i would believe you got away, since you still typing..)

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    Very nice, Baxter!
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    Quote Originally Posted by baxter View Post
    Recent trip to Cornwall yielded this from a beach renowned for the fantastic ovoid granite boulders. I was seeking something a bit different. Have burnt in the foreground rocks for balance and tamed some highlights on the moving water. The 'vignetting' is simply where the spray stopped! 645DF with 80mmLS on a P45+

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    Continuing on the Grand Canyon...the famous temples...



    More and larger, and also my thoughts when I took the pictures in my blog:

    http://peter-chong.blogspot.com/2010...-of-grand.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by baxter View Post
    Recent trip to Cornwall yielded this from a beach renowned for the fantastic ovoid granite boulders. I was seeking something a bit different. Have burnt in the foreground rocks for balance and tamed some highlights on the moving water. The 'vignetting' is simply where the spray stopped! 645DF with 80mmLS on a P45+
    Love this composition!
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    Quote Originally Posted by P. Chong View Post
    Continuing on the Grand Canyon...the famous temples...
    Nice depth, and love the little wisp of rain you caught!
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    I like the B&W version better jack, loving the Fall photos too! a pano from the weekend I went down south. 3 image stitch H4D-40 and 35-90mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    I like the B&W version better jack, loving the Fall photos too! a pano from the weekend I went down south. 3 image stitch H4D-40 and 35-90mm

    Damned, that is serene. Beautiful Will.

    Me wana be there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will Ophuis View Post
    I like the B&W version better jack, loving the Fall photos too! a pano from the weekend I went down south. 3 image stitch H4D-40 and 35-90mm
    this is one gorgeous work, mate..

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