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    Re: more from moab

    They all work well.

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    I second what Geoff said. Excellent photos.


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    Re: more from moab

    I think this, in particular, is a wonderful image.

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    It's got a sort-of film quality about it. Not that that in itself necessarily makes it good, but it just seems to fit the scene perfectly.

    The words that sprang into my mind when I viewed this were 'muted' and 'subtle', qualities that I really like. I think the other thing that really 'sells' this image to me is the fact that it is, for me, perfectly sharpened. I think it would have been oh-so-easy to just push sharpening too far and get it a bit crunchy, or to put in too much 'pop' via Local Contrast Enhancement.

    I think that the other wide angle landscape (Post#1) is a beauty. They've got to be viewed in the Lightbox at the larger sizes.
    Last edited by Donald; 28th July 2013 at 06:29 AM. Reason: typo

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    Donald i really appreciate your comments. And yes i did not sharpen at all just sight contrast.

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