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Painted Hills, Oregon

Posted by
Don Smith (California, United States) on 10 January 2013 in Landscape & Rural.


4th Annual Winter Big Sur - Magic Light, Moonlight, and Pfeiffer Beach Arch - January 26-29, 2013 (only 4 spots left)
5th Annual Northern Arizona Photo Workshop - Grand Canyon, Page (Antelope Canyon/Horseshoe Bend) and Sedona - March 25-29, 2013 (WORKSHOP SOLD OUT :: WAITING LIST ONLY)
6th Annual Spring in Big Sur and the Monterey Peninsula - May 6-9, 2013
4th Annual Kauai Workshop - Garden Isle and Tropical Paradise - June 21-25, 2013
1st Annual Grand Canyon Monsoon and Lightning Workshop - August 19-23, 2013 (WORKSHOP SOLD OUT :: WAITING LIST ONLY)
2nd Annual Fall Color in Grand Teton National Park - September 28 - October 2, 2013 (WORKSHOP SOLD OUT :: WAITING LIST ONLY)
2nd Annual Fall Color in Grand Teton National Park - October 2 - October 6, 2013 - (WORKSHOP SOLD OUT :: WAITING LIST ONLY)
5th Annual Arches/Canyonlands National Parks - Full Moon Over Red Rock, Arches and Canyons - October 15-19, 2013
3rd Annual Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks - Hoodoos and Fall Color - November 4-8, 2013

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Part of creating a successful image is the ability to envision the finished image in your mind's-eye at the time of capture. Easier said than done, but the more comfortable you are with your workflow, the easier this becomes. For me, it really boils down to balancing the image's tones. Ansel Adams always taught to work the eye towards the center of the frame.

To read more about how I "balanced" this image using Nik Viveza 2, please read my latest blog: Balancing An Image - Think Nik Viveza 2

Canon EOS 5D Mark III 1/4 second F/11.0 ISO 100 185 mm

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