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Sedona Sunset

Postby WingShooter » Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:06 pm

Taken from the Airport Overlook
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Re: Sedona Sunset

Postby Charles Haacker » Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:33 pm

Everybody, y'gotta blow this up as big as it will go. It's incredible. Sharp, detailed, richly saturated but good detail everywhere! Very, very impressive submission John! :thanks: :thumbup: :clap:
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Re: Sedona Sunset

Postby minniev » Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:49 pm

WingShooter wrote:Taken from the Airport Overlook


That's really impressive. Gorgeous color, great detail, and who would have thought a city shot showing houses and cars and such could be beautiful. Have you printed this one? It looks like it would be wonderful on metal (though you'd have to look at it carefully and large with metal in mind)
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Re: Sedona Sunset

Postby WingShooter » Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:15 pm

Thanks Chuck, There was 10 people deep behind me watching the sunset show. If you want a good view get there early.




Charles Haacker wrote:Everybody, y'gotta blow this up as big as it will go. It's incredible. Sharp, detailed, richly saturated but good detail everywhere! Very, very impressive submission John! :thanks: :thumbup: :clap:

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Re: Sedona Sunset

Postby WingShooter » Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:34 pm

Thanks minniev, I just PP this one yesterday from my May trip to Sedona and I am still playing around with different shots from this location so nothing printed. I rolled in late on a Wednesday at dark and only had Thursday to look around and rolled out early Friday. Sedona is about as scenic as it gets in the desert Southwest. This overlook is on the Airport Rd and passed up a spot on that road that I am almost sure it would a better view of the mountain, valley and city. I did not want to take a chance but I will on my next trip.



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WingShooter wrote:Taken from the Airport Overlook


That's really impressive. Gorgeous color, great detail, and who would have thought a city shot showing houses and cars and such could be beautiful. Have you printed this one? It looks like it would be wonderful on metal (though you'd have to look at it carefully and large with metal in mind)

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Re: Sedona Sunset

Postby uuglypher » Thu Jul 20, 2017 2:37 am

Stunning, John!
Have you considered printing on metal?
Been busy and out-of-pocket the past few days, so got behind.
Really good to see you here...and am hoping we'll see lots more from you.
Was this your lead-off image? If so, you sure entered with a BANG!

Cool avatar, my friend!

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Re: Sedona Sunset

Postby WingShooter » Thu Jul 20, 2017 1:34 pm

Dave, Thanks for the tip on the site and I believe I posted a dragonfly first. Minnie and you have subjected metal but I am little worried about the foreground trees with motion blur. I have been very busy myself with nothing I can control.


uuglypher wrote:Stunning, John!
Have you considered printing on metal?
Been busy and out-of-pocket the past few days, so got behind.
Really good to see you here...and am hoping we'll see lots more from you.
Was this your lead-off image? If so, you sure entered with a BANG!

Cool avatar, my friend!

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Re: Sedona Sunset

Postby St3v3M » Tue Jul 25, 2017 3:39 am

WingShooter wrote:Taken from the Airport Overlook

Boy Howdy This Is Pretty. Forget metal, print this on glass! S-
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