We very much miss seeing this view, which was taken from the upper-end of our property near Silverton, Colorado. We bought the seven acre mining plot on a lark, hoping to build a cozy cabin on it later… but that was not meant to be. Continue Reading →
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In the mountains, high above the ghost town of Animas Forks, Colorado. It looks dramatic, and it was.
Here’s an example of having the right image, at the right time, and for the right price. Continue Reading →
For what it’s worth, I get asked frequently how I can take such photos with a lowly point-and-shoot. The answer is to expose for the highlights and post-process for the shadows. This image was a big challenge because the difference between the interior and exterior light levels was so great, and the colors looked weird; however, converting the image to monochrome took care of both issues, especially when bringing out the shadow details.
And yes, I heavily post-process my images in both Photoshop and Lightroom — but I try to make the edits appear as natural as possible.
From a trip long ago, when we wandered over near Telluride and explored the dirt roads up to the snow line.