I was looking back over my photo library tonight and came across some unfinished imagery from a trip to Arizona’s Monument Valley last February with Steve Parker. All three images are 3-shot HDR images processed through either Photomatix Pro or HDR Efex Pro and/or Silver Efex Pro 2. And all three are from a guided [...]
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Going back through my images I dug up this image from my 2006 Fall Colors trip (with Steve Parker) down into the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. This image happens to have been taken between Silverton and Ouray, I believe. What reminded me about this image was, I was perusing Google+ today and saw someone [...]
I was up in Boulder checking out the fall colors along Mapleton Avenue and finding the gardners had just mowed there really drove me away. So I headed up to Chautauqua Park to see if I could catch the setting waxing crescent moon setting over the flatirons before heading to my monthly Colorado Nature Camera [...]
Another beautiful Colorado sunset tonight. Longs Peak is the 14000 foot peak just to the left of the tree.
Harvest time near Valmont and 95th Street, East Boulder, Colorado. D90 capture, Lightroom 4, Silver Efex Pro
Something a little different than what I’ve been posting about the slot canyons: here’s a dreamy image of the lower Antelope Canyon slots. The texture and shades are phenomenal in these black and white images of the slots.
Another image of North Window, looking directly at Elephant Butte. Same day, same general spot as yesterday’s post and image, but this time more of the evergreen tree in the frame. Plus I present both the original color version along side a black and white version below. Below is an alternatively processed version of the [...]
This location in Monument Valley is called “North Window” where your view is looking northward between these two massive mesas (that’s Elephant Butte on the left) towards East Mitten and Stagecoach buttes off in the distance and Utah. Click here to view a map of the park. Such monolithic mesas are very hard to capture [...]
Can you see my buddy Steve Parker in this image from Lipan Point Overlook? [Click to enlarge]
Here’s another image from my recent Southwest photo trip with Steve Parker and Kash Mohammadi. This too is one from the Grand Canyon, taken from the Lipan Point Overlook. For some perspective, there’s Kash in the upper left corner surveying the scene with his camera/tripod.