Published 31 October 2007
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1 November 2007, 02:15
fascinating to contrast and compare the two shots…personally though i think your shot is excellent (i would though like to see what it looks like in B&W).
1 November 2007, 05:45
Speaking of perfect exposure…
This is excellent. Love the colours, the clouds, pretty much everything about it.
1 November 2007, 05:52
I think you did the location credit, though, I’m sure you’d agree the location itself doesn’t need to much help coming out stunning.
I’d also like to see your own B&W version of this shot, don’t worry, nobody here will think worse of you, just your own High Contrast take on a classic.
1 November 2007, 07:16
As I stood at the Snake River Overlook and remember that picture, I wondered how long (hours/days?) Adams waited there to get thiat image and how many others he took that ended up in a drawer somewhere in his studio.
Otto K. |
1 November 2007, 07:26
Beautiful location and excellent exposure. For a second I thought it was two pictures what with the road almost dividing the scene.
Dylan Tucker |
1 November 2007, 10:04
Well done Jason. The mountains make me want to ski…
1 November 2007, 15:08
well, you’re not AA, but hey, this version is very nice too ;-)
1 November 2007, 20:19
This is a wonderful series. I’m enjoying every single one of your photgraphs. The scenery is awesome and your eye does much justice.
Jeff Ambrose |
2 November 2007, 13:19
Fantastic work Jason, I too would like to see a black and white version of this just for fun. I hadn’t noticed until you said it but the trees have grown so much I love that. I doubt I’ll ever forget a fact like that until I die, I think its one of those things I’ll strive to notice from now on.
E y e V i s i o n |
2 November 2007, 13:21
wow, what a scene! I like this kind of landscapes so much more than the favorized ‘mediterranian-caribian’ type. The colors are just as saturated as it is needed and the composition is perfect.
3 November 2007, 13:33
The thing that’s always bothered me about Adams’ shot is that the horizon is slightly off-kilter. However, his shot remains very emotional, with the dark clouds and peak of light in the distance.
7 November 2007, 05:58
Loving the de-saturation here Post Process, good compositional elements as well.
DIGITAL DIARY |
16 November 2007, 12:20
I like this version more so than the B/W. Seems to have more ‘impact’.
Interesting, how the road, literally cuts this image in half.
Exposure is perfect.
I love your site. Good luck in the Photoblog Awards, you do deserve to win, for what my 2 cents is worth..Fran
28 February 2008, 03:28
This is breathtaking. The contrast is amazing. I also like this more than the b&w version.
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