Obscured | Four Peaks Sunset

Obscured
(please click to view on black // canon 5d mark ii, canon 70-200mm f/2.8 is l, 75mm, iso 100, f/20, 1/5 // buy print)

It’s so very rare that I go back to images more than a year ago. Usually I think anything that far back must suck anyways, so what’s the point? But I always loved this day out in the Four Peaks wilderness area and I never did a whole lot with this image. So yesterday I was playing around with it and re-processed it using luminosity masking that’s been my main tool of late.

I captured this on December 14th, 2011. It was such an amazing evening. Stunning light, low clouds, beautiful colors. What I like about this image is that most photos of the Four Peaks…show the actual four peaks. Here…it’s implied that they are there, but you don’t see them.

Haven’t been out to the Four Peaks this year at all…been unfavorable circumstances for stormy, snowy weather like this. Hoping for a few more chances before the winter storms go away.

 

  • http://goldenhourstudios.com Jesse Pafundi

    Colors and framing are off the charts.

  • http://brianfurbush.com/blog Brian Furbush

    Fantastic shot man, beautiful light.

  • http://www.Brooke-Photography.com Brooke Stevens-Patrick

    amazing image!

  • http://heathofee.com Heath O’Fee

    That light is ridiculous.

  • http://toadhollowphoto.com Toad Hollow Photography

    Well done, good sir, I just love the tones from the late day sun!

  • http://chrisdmrf.wordpress.com Chris Maskell

    Amazing colours and the light on the mountains is off the scale