Layers in B&W

© randy dannheim

Layers in B&W

Uploaded: June 24, 2007


aperture = F/8, shutter = 1/80, lens = EF 70-200L, location = One of my favorite places on Earth - Four Peaks Rec. area near Phoenix, time of day = Sunset. Taken from Bogen 3121 tripod w/remote shutter release. Converted to B&W with Photoshop 7.


Cary Rogers June 24, 2007

Very nicely done, Randy! Lots of distinct, separately-lit layers! #679447

randy dannheim June 24, 2007

Thank you Cary, this shot did take patience. It was 110 degrees and the Sun was washing out everything. My shooting buddy and out were out there for 2hrs befor we were able to get any good shots. #4431810

Robert R. Goodman June 25, 2007

Look at all that beautiful range,110 is a understatement my friend.More like 112,113 in the shade.Wonderful capture Randy!!!!!!! #4436338

randy dannheim June 25, 2007

Thank you, my friend. Why aren't there images in your gallery? #4436914

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