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    Sedona Landscapes in B&W

    The first scene shown below is also posted in an earlier thread as a color version. Now that I have converted it to black-and-white, I prefer this converted version.

    The last photo shown below was captured by my wife and post-processed by me. I captured the same scene using the same tree for interest, but I like hers so much better that my photo went the way of the Delete key. Indeed, even of these three photos, I like hers the best.


    View from the road to the airport
    Sedona Landscapes in B&W


    Courthouse Butte
    Sedona Landscapes in B&W


    Bell Rock -- though I have no idea why it's named that
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    Re: Sedona Landscapes in B&W

    Mike - these are just stunning. Very well done.

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    Re: Sedona Landscapes in B&W

    Quote Originally Posted by cliffmccartney View Post
    Mike - these are just stunning.
    They are indeed. The detail you've brought out in the textures in that second one, is magnificent.

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    Re: Sedona Landscapes in B&W

    Thanks, guys! Much appreciated!

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    Re: Sedona Landscapes in B&W

    Mike, of all the photos I took when we were out there I was so impressed with the colors that I never even thought of converting them (I might have to take a look at them). Yours are just magnificent!

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    Re: Sedona Landscapes in B&W

    You're right about the brilliant red and green colors, Jon; they really are magnificent. Even so, some images really are better in monochrome.

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    Re: Sedona Landscapes in B&W

    ...and you have just proved that!!!

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