Sunday, February 07, 2010

REDUX.....


Wibaux County, Montana July 2007

10 comments:

luksky said...

Love it!!!!

Russell Banks said...

Love the horizon line...

Billie said...

Frank, this is a beautiful picture.

Studio roses said...

This is amazing. the larger clumps of clouds mirroring the tiny clump of sheep below.

Studio roses said...

I love this photo. From the wide, vast, clumped sky to the tiny orb of sheep, and the hint of wooden fence.

Studio roses said...

I love this photo. From the wide, vast, clumped sky to the tiny orb of sheep, and the hint of wooden fence.

Studio roses said...

I love this photo. From the wide, vast, clumped sky to the tiny orb of sheep, and the hint of wooden fence.

Kyle said...

I love your work. There's such beautiful texture and wide latitude in this image. I'm curious as to what scanner you use for your negatives. Do you have any recommendations on types of scanners and software for color and black and white negative work?

pitchertaker said...

Kyle: I use an Epson V700 scanner for scanning my medium and large format negatives. And I have a Microtek 4000tf 35mm scanner for small negatives. I prefer the softward that Epson makes for their scanner -- Epson Scan -- but I make sure I keep the latest version installed. And I use And I use the Silver Fast scanning softward that came with the Microtek. As to working with the images after scanning, I use Photoshop CS4. I'm pretty good at Photoshop (I teach two course of digital photography at Clark U.) but I make it a point to never over process the image to make it seem un-normal (if that's a meaninful term). I strive for the feeling of my experience of being there, not necessarily what was actually there at the moment I make the image.

Daniel said...

In most of your work, I am there.

And that is what is a good photo.

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