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Oblivious Hierarchy*
12-FEB-2005 Frank Ravizza

Oblivious Hierarchy*

I have never participated in a challenge before. I hope this image qualifies. Oh and of course, please comment! My apologies if this photo is too large.

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Canon DSLR Challenge22-Feb-2005 02:54
The colors on this immediately made me think "Sigma-lens". I clicked on the thumbnail to see if I was right - and right I was! But in the comments I see you warmed this up by shooting at a higher WB. I think I would have gone in the opposite direction - to compensate for the "Sigma Stigma" (too yellow). Just my opinion - others seem to like it that way...
alexeig20-Feb-2005 12:18
Nice green color. Tiny tree shows that the hill is really huge
Canon DSLR Challenge19-Feb-2005 00:02
I really like the freshness of this image.
Guest 14-Feb-2005 02:25
This is a hill lining the Los Vaqueros Reservoir in Northern California. I used high contrast, enhanced the blue and warmed to about 6200K. I used some sharpening to bring out the cattle paths making horizontal lines in the grass.
Canon DSLR Challenge13-Feb-2005 22:51
Beautiful colors in this, where was it taken? --Melanie (mlynn)
Guest 13-Feb-2005 06:28
Yes, "Hard-to-Find" if not non-existent. This image would work really well as a large print, a couple mega pixel web image doesn't convey the tree or the cattle. Yes it was careless of me not to correct the vignetting. Hopefully my next entry has a more forward subject. Thanks for the comment.
Guest 13-Feb-2005 04:50
Yes, this definitely uses negative space well but the unfortunate part is that the subject is "hard-to-find"! Also, is the vignetting on purpose? Beautiful colors though!
- MS