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    70-200mm f/4L IS; 97mm @ f/16. ISO 400 @ 1/60 second

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    Re: Kolob Canyon Utah

    This is a great shot, and difficult to get without blowing out either the "knob" or the sky/clouds behind it. What time of day was it?

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Kolob Canyon Utah

    Very nice.

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    Re: Kolob Canyon Utah

    Beautiful image, Richard... amazingly beautiful!

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    Re: Kolob Canyon Utah

    Storm passing the Kolob Canyons of Zion National Park, Utah at sunset.

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    I am processing some images from a trip to Utah several years ago. The images that I am posting were not all that good until I started to work on them using NIK Software, primarily the Polarizer Filter of Color Efex Pro and the Viveza software... I just love the structure slider of Viveza and, of course the control point system makes editing fun!

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    Re: Kolob Canyon Utah

    The first and third are very nice Richard but the sky in the second has too much noise in it for my taste (Topaz Structure?). It is almost reminiscent of HDR. HDR skies have a grittiness about them - there again, perhaps that was your intent.

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