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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Quote Originally Posted by Jahanzeb View Post
    I wish I lived in the Himalayas myself and could head out to these places whenever I wanted, they are a 23 Hour drive from where I live.

    The first one is from the trek down to the glacier, it was rather steep climb down.


    Here is another, colloquially called the Passu Cathedrals, actual name is Tupopdan ("The sun drenched mountain" in the local language) @ 6,106 metres (20,033 ft)

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    The second one (Passu Cathedrals) is amazing.

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    Very nice Bryan, great tones and composition!

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    That came out superb, Bryan.
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    Thanks John and Les!

    Randy, you are right. This was my second trip. Definitely lots of opportunity here - perhaps later in the day for instance. The light here in the morning is very interesting. However I wouldn't want to go on a weekend afternoon - when I hiked out, about 11am, the parking lot was slammed full with people jockeying around trying to fit in various places and get on the trail. Probably 4-5 dozen folks passed us on the trail hiking in. We were mostly alone at 7am, with one group of folks arriving a bit after us at the falls.
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    Red Rock Canyon Open Space, Colorado Springs.

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    Ahunce - Pays Basque, France July 2021

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    Washington Column - Yosemite


    I had an absolute bitch of a time getting this composition. A little further to my right would have been better but the Merced was well over my head at that point and I struggled to keep the camera and tripod propped-up on the boulders along the shoreline and out of the water. Carleton Watkins had an easier time of it but that viewpoint is no longer available: https://www.denverartmuseum.org/en/object/1991.389 Taken with the 150mm Apo Sironar.

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    Nice shot. Glad you didn't drown. Looks like Watkins had an easier time of it. Sometimes you just have to be lucky.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

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    Benjamin,

    I like the tonal range in this image and focus on various lines within. Curious why you set Portra at ISO 100? Reminds of Morley Baer who seems to me to have improved tonal range and reduced oversaturation with this method.

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