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ohenry Jun 3, 2004 5:15 PM

http://www.never3putt.com/images/Mount-Shasta.jpg

A view of Mount Shasta in Northern California. Image taken using Canon DRebel, Tamron 28-75 mm Di lens at 44mm, 100 ISO, f/9, 1/400sec. RAW image processed using Capture One. In Photoshop, I neutralized any color casts, adjusted the contrast using an S curve in levels, brightened theshadows using PS's Shadow/Highlight tool, resized and converted to sRGB output, then added a medium sharpening with FM's Intellisharpen.

selvin Jun 4, 2004 12:32 AM

Omigoosh to both the photo and the post processing.

Cheers

ekimes Jun 4, 2004 2:13 AM

i wanna type but all that comes out is mmmmmmmmm

gj as always

ohenry Jun 4, 2004 8:21 AM

Thanks guys :)

digcamfan Jun 4, 2004 11:32 AM

Oh Henry!

GREAT photo!!!

Are you by any chance considering the climb to the top?

It is an awesome sojourn!

:)

ohenry Jun 4, 2004 12:17 PM

digcamfan wrote:
Quote:

Oh Henry!

GREAT photo!!!

Are you by any chance considering the climb to the top?

It is an awesome sojourn!

:)

I was thinking about it, but it was close to lunchtime and I .... oh, somehow I don't think you're buying this story .....

digcamfan Jun 4, 2004 12:34 PM

In early season the descent is quite rapid with a glissade (slide in slow) about a mile long with about 1200' of elevation loss :)

Go on, skip that lunch and do it...:D


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