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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Tecpatl4, Oct 11, 2011.
South of Pagosa Springs
Near Wolf Creek Pass
Great images - the 2nd one speaks loudest to me. Thanks for sharing!
Very nice images!
Although, I'm thinking a bump in contrast might improve the image? The images look like there's a haze over it, and the third one is a tad dark compared to the other two. (I actually downloaded the images and made some adjustments to my taste, and saw how really good they are. :smile: )
Yes, beautiful images. I agree, a little bump in contrast would clear them up a little.
What a great ride, man!
That's beautiful.. Colorado, right? Near Forbes Park?
Nice images! Like what others said, bump up the contrast a bit and the haze will probably disappear. For the 3rd photo, it is underexposed, so you might want to brighten it up a little also...
Two words for high-altitude photography:
Not a huge fan of landscape photography for the most part, but I enjoyed these. Any idea about the history behind the name for the mountains, "Blood of Christ"?
I was using a polarizer, but a cheap one that came with my hood. I couldn't find my good one.
I think the name is from the Spanish period, apparently the mountains turn blood red at sunset under the right conditions.
#2 is a really nice shot.
Thanks for posting.
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