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Skyline Arch is located in Arches National Park, Utah. 5 shot HDR image processed and converted to black and white using Photoshop CS-5. Nikon D-300, nikkor 18-70mm lens.
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My photographs are not always technically correct, I tend to break the rules but I do that knowing what the rules are and having a reason to do so. My photographic images are what and how I see the world around me in my minds eye—they are who I am.
Powerful image in B W… Nicely done.
Thank you Carol. This is another one of those images, at least to me, that is much more dramatic in b&w and tells a better story than the color version.
– Bryan Peterson
Great shot Bryan. Good in B&W. The old dead tree looks great against those rocks.
Thank you Gail.
love this one – great work on the HDR!
Thanks Barb. The hdr processing really helped by bringing out the depth without overdoing the contrasts.
A wonderful surreal look Bryan.
Thanks Paul. The southwest is a great place to photograph and let your imagination go with you photography.
What a tree skeleton!!! And what a view it has!! Excellent image Bryan!! *-)
Thanks Deb, I had a great time in the desert with all the scenes like this to photograph!
Fantastic shot Bryan…
Thanks very much Jason. The scenery down in the area of the Colorado Plateau makes it hard not to capture a good image.
Fantastic work, Bryan. Quite surreal, actually.
Thank you Keld. The black and white processing really adds to the surreal feeling of the image but I have to admit just standing there seemed surreal also.
Love your image. Nice job putting it together.
Thank you RG and I’m glad you liked my image of south eastern Utah.
Awesome work, Bryan!
Thank you Wendi, I love the challenge of black and white photography and areas like the Colorado Plateau with all the rock formations, weathered trees a the amazing skies lends itself well to this challenge.
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