Desert Diner

Uploaded: July 11, 2012 06:33:12


The last 4 images I have posted were all from the Antelope Valley. Continuing with that theme, this image is also from the AV, and was taken at the Four Aces movie set. A lot of TV commercials, including one for Pepsi, have been done here. I applied a texture from French Kiss and then made the Joshua trees more golden by using the reflector filter from Nik Color Efex.

Exif: F Number: 8, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/1 seconds, Flash: reserved, ISO: 100, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 15.67 mm, Model: Canon PowerShot G10


Arthur Bohlmann July 11, 2012

Wow! I am enjoying this image a lot. Oustanding post processing and a good visual feel. #1474275

David M. Montero July 11, 2012

Excellent work Robert. I love the dry desert feel to it. #10224979

Linda D. Lester level-classic July 11, 2012

Excellent DD work as always! :) #10225184

Carla Capra Anderson July 11, 2012

Great series of images, keep them coming! #10225650

David Resnikoff level-classic July 15, 2012


Extraordinary pictures in this series.
Love the way you start a project and just beautiful images keep in coming

David R #10229956

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