Tags: sunset teton grand seeking critique
Author: Phillips Chip
Gallery: Single Photos
Model : Canon EOS 5D
Date Time Original : 2008-10-19 21:43:18
Focal Length : 16/1
Shutter Speed Value : 1/2
Exposure Time : 1/2
Aperture Value : 9.9
F Number : 9.9
Iso Speed Ratings : 50
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 300.000000
Y Resolution : 300.000000
Copyright : 2007
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS3 Windows
Very Good....Love the colors and perspective....
Fantastic image. Great lighting. I love it!
Zsolt Andras Szabo
great tones and colors, stunning light and scenery. excellent photo!
Fantastic colors and comp. congrats, Cheers, VS
One of my favorite landscapes ever. I agree with all of the previous remarks, this is outstanding.
Lester A. Garcia
Very nice image with strong colours and balanced composition
Good depth. The foreground rocks form a nice "arrow" leading to the background. Also like your choice of shooting at sunset as opposed to going for the more common front/side lighting on the peaks. Anish
Oustanding image, beautiful reflection and colors
Impeccable! I'd love to see this Larger.
Giuseppe di Pietrantonio
A very wonderful image!
An amazing scene and outstanding capture. Very Well Done!!
Thanks very much guys!
Eduardo Agustin Carrasco
wonderful shot, congratulations
Spectacular! 7/7 anonymously.
Other than a slight yellowish cast, this is a sure winner! A fave for sure.
Seung Kye Lee
Hi Chip. Outstanding image! Light and composition comes perfectly together in this and has a nice glow to it.
Very fine landscape wiht great colors, regards, RK!
A stunning photograph Chip. Really love the colours and the composition is simply perfect. Well done. Samuel
Wendy de Kok
Very nice scenery with warm colors and beautiful reflection!
Outstanding lights, reflection, tones, colors...outstanding picture! Congrats!
For me Chip, this is the finest of the past month for landscapes. I'm not sure what Younes means by a slight yellowish cast, what with all the blue in the FG rocks and the distant Tetons. My only nit pickins is the reflection is just a little brighter than the mountains themselves. Looks like it could be a blend of two exposures with all the detail in the Tetons. I can only imagine how good this must look at native res. Sweet shot Chip!!
Awesome !!!!!! I was there in June 2008 and going back August 2009 where was this taken ?
Grand Teton Sunset Your comments on this are very welcome, especially for lower scores. Thanks for looking! Chip