Chuck Nauman  


Survivor by Chuck Nauman

June 2021 - Survivor

June 2021 - Chuck Nauman

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About the Image(s)

This image was captured at about 8000’ in the Spring Mountains, northwest of Las Vegas. The camera used is a Panasonic G7K converted to IR with a 590 nm Supercolor filter. The lens is a 12-60mm Lumix G Vario at 17mm, f/9, 1/250sec, ISO 200. The image was processed in PhotoShop, and using an IR Adjust with Channel Swap action.


4 comments posted




Chan Garrett   Chan Garrett
Nice use of the IR to produce a very interesting, high contrast photo. The square crop simplifies the image and really make the tree it stand out.   Posted: 06/04/2021 13:59:48



Henry Heerschap   Henry Heerschap
Trees can be wonderful in IR which your image demonstrates very well. I think I would have included a bit more of the foreground as the bottom of the composition feels somewhat cramped. I generally like square compositions, but in this case, I think a 5x4 might be a better choice.
Otherwise, I really like this.   Posted: 06/10/2021 15:55:45



Gary Oehrle   Gary Oehrle
In the original the tree is vertical and the logs in front run
down the slope while in the final the tree seems unchanged but now the logs are more horizontal. Same goes for the slope in the background. Using LR I cound not get the same. Oh,well. I would like the final better if there was more depth in the yellow as this looks rather flat to me.   Posted: 06/11/2021 19:18:25
Chuck Nauman   Chuck Nauman
As I recall, the original image was rotated a bit clockwise, and cropped a fair amount, but I'm pretty sure it is the parent-image. I do agree that the yellow could use a bit more emphasis.   Posted: 06/12/2021 18:10:06



 

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