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06-09-2013 12:10 PM
Aroon Lonely planet.
06-07-2013 05:02 AM
TylerU ok.. seing this no more attempt, location revealed.. it's the extreme end of the grand view point trail in Canyonland NP..
06-05-2013 01:47 AM
Dr. tiki Horizon isn't straight.
06-03-2013 01:27 PM
TylerU
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Originally Posted by jimbot View Post
WTF? You ask for what we "thought" when we saw the pick, and implied that it was open forum.

My @#$ spell checker changed the Marlboro
lol... was just kidding... haha
06-03-2013 01:17 PM
PecosRiver
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Originally Posted by PhotoWrangler View Post
From a technical standpoint, the horizon in the background needs to be straightened, and the rule of thirds needs to be applied for the rocks. Cropping out some of the rocks on the bottom would make the expansive view more prominent. As it stands now, my eye wants to look at the rock that he/she is standing on, instead of focusing on him/her or the view they are looking at. If you have the photo real estate, I'd place the person a little more to the right as well.

From an editing standpoint, I'd probably open up the shadows just a little bit, turn down the contrast, and shift the white balance into the warm tones just a tad.
My thoughts exactly, and the boobs comment too. Boobs are always good.
06-03-2013 01:11 PM
jimbot
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Originally Posted by TylerU View Post
those " broke back mountain"- ish ones?
WTF? You ask for what we "thought" when we saw the pick, and implied that it was open forum.

My @#$ spell checker changed the Marlboro
06-03-2013 12:49 PM
TylerU
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Originally Posted by jimbot View Post
The guy needs a cowboy hat and a cigarette. It reminds me of the old Marlborough ads.
those " broke back mountain"- ish ones?
06-03-2013 12:08 PM
jimbot The guy needs a cowboy hat and a cigarette. It reminds me of the old Marlborough ads.
06-02-2013 02:18 PM
TylerU
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Originally Posted by scavanau View Post
Virgin, Utah. Population: You
you had me googled this place just to make sure you are not calling me a virgin..

but no, and hint 2: you are about 200 miles off.
06-02-2013 11:40 AM
scavanau Virgin, Utah. Population: You
06-01-2013 07:25 PM
TylerU
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Originally Posted by Fishtaker View Post
Oh pick me, pick me. I know where it was taken.

Outside on top of a hill
lol.. gotta be more specific than that... it's actually a quite popular spot..

Hint: it's in Utah.
05-29-2013 02:24 PM
cannonballgsu
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Originally Posted by PhotoWrangler View Post
From a technical standpoint, the horizon in the background needs to be straightened, and the rule of thirds needs to be applied for the rocks. Cropping out some of the rocks on the bottom would make the expansive view more prominent. As it stands now, my eye wants to look at the rock that he/she is standing on, instead of focusing on him/her or the view they are looking at. If you have the photo real estate, I'd place the person a little more to the right as well.

From an editing standpoint, I'd probably open up the shadows just a little bit, turn down the contrast, and shift the white balance into the warm tones just a tad.
My biggest pet peeve...
05-28-2013 09:25 PM
bostiguy All I could think of at first was the man thinking to himself, "how long is it going to take to get to that mountain?"
My next thought is wondering how far and on what type of ground is the photographer standing on?
05-28-2013 02:04 PM
BigManAndy I can see my house from here!
05-28-2013 01:50 PM
SHADYDC
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Originally Posted by PhotoWrangler View Post
From a technical standpoint, the horizon in the background needs to be straightened, and the rule of thirds needs to be applied for the rocks. Cropping out some of the rocks on the bottom would make the expansive view more prominent. As it stands now, my eye wants to look at the rock that he/she is standing on, instead of focusing on him/her or the view they are looking at. If you have the photo real estate, I'd place the person a little more to the right as well.

From an editing standpoint, I'd probably open up the shadows just a little bit, turn down the contrast, and shift the white balance into the warm tones just a tad.

yea that.
05-28-2013 01:55 AM
PhotoWrangler
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Originally Posted by TylerU View Post
Just tell me know anything you feel about, think of, or makes you wanna ask about, while looking at this picture..

Let it be the photograph skill, the context, location where it was taken..

anything, don't restrain your thoughts... but simply "it's a cool/ boring pic", wihtout any elaboration is simply meanlingless..

thanks yall. All copyright reserved..


From a technical standpoint, the horizon in the background needs to be straightened, and the rule of thirds needs to be applied for the rocks. Cropping out some of the rocks on the bottom would make the expansive view more prominent. As it stands now, my eye wants to look at the rock that he/she is standing on, instead of focusing on him/her or the view they are looking at. If you have the photo real estate, I'd place the person a little more to the right as well.

From an editing standpoint, I'd probably open up the shadows just a little bit, turn down the contrast, and shift the white balance into the warm tones just a tad.
05-28-2013 01:36 AM
Wranglin4Life
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Originally Posted by Wesboy View Post
Makes me think of boobs but hey, everything makes me think of boobs.
We must be related because I am the same way.
05-27-2013 08:30 PM
SmugglersBlues "I guess the parking brake didnt work after all."
05-27-2013 08:28 PM
Fishtaker Oh pick me, pick me. I know where it was taken.









Outside on top of a hill
05-27-2013 08:23 PM
TylerU
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Originally Posted by Steveo33186 View Post
Personally I'm left wondering "what's going on" with this image. I think it would be better as part of a photo story. Rather than a stand alone image.
well, anyone can guess where it was actually taken?
05-26-2013 09:34 PM
Billy Baldone I wonder how long til the police find the body at the bottom of the cliff, and if they will think it was an accident.
05-26-2013 07:22 PM
Wesboy Makes me think of boobs but hey, everything makes me think of boobs.
05-26-2013 03:17 PM
CenTexTJ "Awesome. FINALLY no cell phone service."
05-26-2013 03:13 PM
kjeeper10 It's Bear Grylls getting his bearings
05-26-2013 03:01 PM
Fishtaker I know I parked right here just a few minutes ago.
05-26-2013 12:36 PM
Steveo33186 Personally I'm left wondering "what's going on" with this image. I think it would be better as part of a photo story. Rather than a stand alone image.
05-26-2013 10:54 AM
Senior Chief I'm wondering where it was taken ...
05-26-2013 09:21 AM
TylerU
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Originally Posted by Zed View Post
"This would be a lot easier to cross in a Wrangler"
haha nice one..
05-26-2013 09:14 AM
Zed "This would be a lot easier to cross in a Wrangler"
05-26-2013 09:09 AM
TylerU
what do you think of this picture?

Just tell me know anything you feel about, think of, or makes you wanna ask about, while looking at this picture..

Let it be the photograph skill, the context, location where it was taken..

anything, don't restrain your thoughts... but simply "it's a cool/ boring pic", wihtout any elaboration is simply meanlingless..

thanks yall. All copyright reserved..

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