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Cathedral Rock in B&W
Lens: DA* 60-250 Camera: K-3II Photo Location: Sedona, AZ ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: ToddK, 09-11-2019, 06:19 AM

Taken late afternoon with sun reflecting off of the rocks.

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09-11-2019, 07:16 AM   #2
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Beautiful light. Beautiful spot.
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Beautiful BW landscape .

Good job
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Iím a sucker for black and white and this doesnít disappoint. Nicely done.

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Iím a sucker for black and white and this doesnít disappoint. Nicely done.
Same here. Great job Todd!

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Beautiful light. Beautiful spot
Thanks Dave. It is a beautiful spot.
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Beautiful BW landscape .
Good job
Thanks for the comment Hippone!
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I’m a sucker for black and white and this doesn’t disappoint. Nicely done.
Thank you Howard. I think the B&W makes it look bolder and shows interesting details that don't show on the colored version.
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Same here. Great job Todd!
Thank you Jer!
09-11-2019, 10:26 PM   #7
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A very awe inspiring photograph. I really enjoy these types of Black & White Landscape captures as they often emit a type of mystery to the equation. Thanks for posting.

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A very awe inspiring photograph. I really enjoy these types of Black & White Landscape captures as they often emit a type of mystery to the equation. Thanks for posting.
Thanks Tony! I agree about the B&W affect. And desert ones remind me of old western movies

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Black and white is perfect for this one, nice processing as well.
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Thanks Tony! I agree about the B&W affect. And desert ones remind me of old western movies

I see what you mean. The first one that comes to mind is, "Stagecoach" with John Wayne. A very young John Wayne. Disappointing that he never uttered the word, "Pilgrim"

in the film. ))

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Black and white is perfect for this one, nice processing as well.
Thanks Heinrich!
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The first one that comes to mind is, "Stagecoach" with John Wayne.
"Hondo" is what came to my mind, but now that I think of it, it may have been in color.
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Taken late afternoon with sun reflecting off of the rocks.
That is well done
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!monumental monochrome, very nice tones, well processed. instant classics
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That is well done
Thank you!
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!monumental monochrome, very nice tones, well processed. instant classics
Thank you so much for your comment ignath!
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QuoteOriginally posted by ToddK Quote
Taken late afternoon with sun reflecting off of the rocks.
Excellent framing and tones!
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