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Green River

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Green River
This shot was taken through a 28-90mm USM Canon lens with a Tiffen polarizer filter. I used evaluative metering in aperture priority mode and set my aperture at f11 resulting in a 1/250 sec. shutter speed. The camera was mounted on a Bogen Manfrotto tri-pod at Dead Horse Point State Park in Utah.
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John Davis
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    Beautiful, breathtaking and a joy to behold, Lyle.John


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1/26/2005 11:59:14 PM

 
Lyle R. Bates  

Thank you very much for your generous comments. This is the first photo I have sent in to this site, and it pleases me that you enjoy it.
Lyle


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1/27/2005 3:36:13 AM

 
John Davis
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Lyle,
We can only hope that you'll continue to send.
John


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1/27/2005 4:48:10 AM

 
Sharon Sharon  

Wonderful colors and techniques in this photo! Please continue!


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2/3/2005 10:30:22 AM

 
George Stockman  

This is absolutely stunning!!!


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2/3/2005 10:48:32 AM

 
Leslie L. Ly  

First of all, fantastic picture!

Lyle, this photo looks like a painting! Did you use any special technique to make it look this way?

Leslie.


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2/11/2005 9:56:03 AM

 
Lyle R. Bates  

Thanks again everyone for the great comments.
In answer to your question Leslie I did do a little work on it in Paint Shop Pro 8. I adjusted the contrast a little and punched up the saturation a bit to make the scan appear more like the original printed picture. Also I removed some scanner noise with the Jpeg artifact removal tool.


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2/11/2005 11:04:51 AM

 
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