I no longer shoot large format stuff, but back in the early '80s I did a lot, hauling my Zone VI field camera outfit all around California and Utah. A couple years ago I dug out my old negatives and transparencies and scanned them on an Epson V-750 scanner.
Recently I have been trying to see what I can do with them in the digital domain. I have Photoshop CS5.1 and have done some processing on them (cleaning up dust spots, a little sharpening and color correction).
One particular image that I do like was shot near sunrise in the Alabama Hills in California, near Lone Pine. I am kind of stuck as to what it needs in terms of PP. Unfortunately, the morning I was there had a pretty clear, uninteresting pale blue sky, and the foreground rocks were in morning shadow while the mountains were in direct sunlight.
I am posting a reduced-sized image here, about 800x600. The original is a .tif that is pretty large, about 4500x3600 and 40MB. I can make it available to anyone who wants to do some editing on it. In any case, I would sure appreciate some constructive criticism on the image and suggestions as to how it can be improved, short of going back there and reshooting it.