Mt. Jefferson & Scout Lake · Monochrome by Tula Top

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Mt. Jefferson & Scout Lake · Monochrome by 


  • Mt. Jefferson, OR
  • Canon 5DII, 16-35mm f/2.8L at 19mm
  • Conversion with Nik Silver Efex Pro 2

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This was a twilight shot that ended up being better in monochrome than color as the sky was rather flat and uninspiring. Immediately after this shot, the winds kicked up and the ripples advanced to obscure the entire mountain’s reflection.

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Comments

  • Bill  Robinson
    Bill Robinsonalmost 4 years ago

    Wonderful treatment to this landscape!

  • Thanks, Bill! Silver Efex really makes a difference compared to my old method using channel mixer in PS. Well worth the price!

    – Tula Top

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenalmost 4 years ago

    Wonderful work..should add to a few groups ..cheers Warren.

  • I’ll do that…very much respect your opinion, Warren. Thanks again!

    – Tula Top

  • Aaron Campbell
    Aaron Campbellalmost 4 years ago

    Striking landscape and B&W – faved!

  • Wow, thanks, Aaron…very flattering!

    – Tula Top

  • KathyT
    KathyTalmost 4 years ago

    Excellent B&W landscape. Great detail and tonal range and lovely composition.

  • Thank you so much for the nice critique, Kathy! :)

    – Tula Top

  • Kymie
    Kymiealmost 4 years ago

    Oh wow, that really is stunning

  • Thank you, Kymie. :)

    – Tula Top

  • Josie Jackson
    Josie Jacksonalmost 4 years ago

    Love the open feeling with this scene,great lighting and reflections, excellent image :o)

  • Thank you, Josie. Cheers!

    – Tula Top

  • Hope Ledebur
    Hope Ledeburover 3 years ago

    Wow! …Hope

  • Thank you so much, Hope! :)

    – Tula Top

  • Steven  Sandner
    Steven Sandnerover 3 years ago

    Amazing, looks like a HDR – strange! but amazing!

  • Thanks again, Steven! Nope, not an HDR…the sun had set and the dynamic range of the scene narrowed, so I was able to get it exposed properly in one fortunate shot—not even a GND.

    – Tula Top

  • John Morton
    John Mortonover 3 years ago

    Ouch Tula, what a sensational tonal range in this photograph. Magnificent.

  • Thank you so much, John. You’ve made my day. :)

    – Tula Top

  • NautilusBlue
    NautilusBlueover 3 years ago

    Very dramtic and breathtaking Doc. Good contrast and nice tonal range. Well done!

  • :) Thank you for the lovely comment, NB! :)

    – Tula Top

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