The trip to Southern Utah is starting to yield some results. And while this is still preliminary (that is to say, it hasn’t been proofed yet), this one is a favorite. And, it was just about the first shot I took.
Sunrise at Sunrise Point
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Tags: Bryce Canyon, fall, National Parik, sunrise, Sunrise Point
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Use of Spot Healing Brush
I have an image that is a shot of the Eastern Sierra at sunrise. There are gorgeous clouds hanging over the peaks. The early morning sun lit them on fire along with the mountains. It was amazing!
My exposure was pretty close to being right on. And yet, there was one part of the clouds that technically wasn’t clipped but was very close. The RGB numbers were not 100% but were in the high 80% to low 90%. The thing was there wasn’t much detail and it really stood out.
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Tags: autumn, dawn, Eastern Sierra, fall, fine art, Mono Lake, Mt Dana, photograph, photographer, photography, PhotoShop, Ralph Nordstrom, South Tufa, Spot Healing Brush, sunrise, technique
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