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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Actually I did that, I may have added too much blue. Let me go back and see what my settings are. I can send/post image without color balance. I will try your settings as well. I was trying for a color look as it appeared to warm to me, but I probably went too far.

    Thanks for the suggestions. They are always very good at improving my images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Which way are you facing? If towards Phoenix, you'll certainly never overcome the light pollution, but perhaps you could facing away.

    I see that's near the Roosevelt Dam. I drove all the way down 88, then up and around 188 to 87 last time I was in AZ. It was a nice drive with some good photo potential, but the day I went was awfully hazy and with no clouds. Maybe I'll get lucky next time.
    I am east of Highway 87 facing pretty much due east towards globe, Tucson, etc. Phoenix and Tempe are direct y behind me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corran View Post
    Which way are you facing? If towards Phoenix, you'll certainly never overcome the light pollution, but perhaps you could facing away.

    I see that's near the Roosevelt Dam. I drove all the way down 88, then up and around 188 to 87 last time I was in AZ. It was a nice drive with some good photo potential, but the day I went was awfully hazy and with no clouds. Maybe I'll get lucky next time.
    There is a light pollution filter I am gonna try, filters out yellow sodium light frequency. I had to remove yellow from the sky in this scene.

    I know that drive well. Right now it is shutdown because of fire last year at Superstitions.

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    The atmosphere in that area has changed drastically over decades of watering golf courses

    and of course the desert changes color with rain
    2022

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    Here is where I took shot. Arrow is how I was facing.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails D20E678B-5A4D-4A46-8CF8-0AB7C7899701.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    The atmosphere in that area has changed drastically over decades of watering golf courses

    and of course the desert changes color with rain
    Still better than most of country

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    Re: Large Format Landscapes

    Peter,
    Here is an update. That was a good catch on the magenta, the blue was a little bit. Here is an update to the image in a larger version for comparison.


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    Hiking for three days in the wilderness with a large format camera is pretty hard on the legs! Got a few nice images through, slowly working through developing and scanning them.




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    Another view of Grand Canyon North.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewBurns View Post
    Hiking for three days in the wilderness with a large format camera is pretty hard on the legs! Got a few nice images through, slowly working through developing and scanning them.



    I like. Well done.

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