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I agree, there was probably some more adjustment in post I could make here. It's kind of a nothing shot in the end though. Just a snap of the scenery.I like the shapes in that b&w, but the contrast is a bit much, or not enough if you're going for a more abstractive silhouette-type image. I'd suggest bring up the shadows a hair so the details are more apparent.
The reworked rocks look much better, and of course you have a gift for making wonderful photos of the kiddies.I agree, there was probably some more adjustment in post I could make here. It's kind of a nothing shot in the end though. Just a snap of the scenery.
I have a better one later on in the roll from when we were walking back, but that one also feels a bit uninspired:
Tahquitz Canyon Boulders by Graham Gibson, on Flickr
This was at lunchtime so the lighting was very harsh, not exactly the best for landscapes.
I mostly took images of the family, and this next shot is my favorite from the roll:
Flower Girl by Graham Gibson, on Flickr