Bryce Canyon

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by JimFox, May 15, 2018 at 11:52 AM.

  1. JimFox

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    Looking through the archives I found this one with some nice side lighting from Bryce Canyon, Utah.

    All comments are welcome,

    Jim

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  2. Ben Egbert

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    Thanks Jim, I was just there and am trying to figure out how to treat the colors, this will help me. By the way, great image.
     
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    That’s great Ben! Glad you liked this, and I hope the colors are pretty natural looking in this.
     
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    They look great to me, and that will help me from going too far (I hope)
     
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    Really nice light & colors, Jim.
     
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    Looks quite natural to me. Nice comp. My best Bryce shots seems to always come from the smaller scenes.
     
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    The City of Gold. Great light.
     
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    Perfect! It looks like a gathering of nobles. Wonderful light and tones. Well done!
     
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    Thank you Monika! I am glad you like this.
     
  11. Jim Dockery

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    Nice light and composition. Looks just slightly tilted to the left to me. I have a hard time with that in Bryce though - I often use trees as my orientation, but they aren't always straight! Enough of them look off in this shot to mess with my head, so I'd try a 1º rotation to see if it helps or hurts.
     

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