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Posted By: Bob Harris, 03-18-2015, 09:58 PM

and a change to sepia to add to the effect.

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03-19-2015, 06:55 AM   #2
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Lovely sky Bob. That massive white cloud hanging over the mountains makes this one special.
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Very dramatic! I do like your sepia version.
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I love cloudscapes, Bob, and this one is one of the best. Must have been some torrential rains in those mountains.

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Lovely sky Bob. That massive white cloud hanging over the mountains makes this one special.
thank you Susan.
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Amazing! Love the dramatic feel the sepia tone gives this shot, nice!
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Boy, that sepia effect works really well with this one, Buddy.

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Very dramatic! I do like your sepia version.
It seemed like the photo was just missing something, I tried b/w and adjusting the contrast and it wasn't the answer. One click on sepia and I had what I needed. thanks for viewing and the comment.

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I love cloudscapes, Bob, and this one is one of the best. Must have been some torrential rains in those mountains.
your kind comments are truly appreciated Tamia, lots of rain and lightning but the wind blew it out very quickly. Such is life in the desert, never enough unless it is too much.

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Very dramatic with the sepia.
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Very dramatic with the sepia.
thanks Bruce, it really added to the photo I thought.

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Boy, that sepia effect works really well with this one, Buddy.

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thanks so much Jer, I really liked the effect too.
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That was well captured and I like the PP. Mountains and clouds are an awesome combination.
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That was well captured and I like the PP. Mountains and clouds are an awesome combination.
thanks bud, something that you have an abundance of up your way.
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and a change to sepia to add to the effect.
Man, this is good.
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