Capitol Reef Vertical

Cliff detail in the backcountry of Capitol Reef NP, Utah. Thanks for
commenting.

Posted by Jeff Dye on Mon, 02/12/18 17:52
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Mon, 02/12/18 18:49

The sense of a tree trunk cut comes through in your image of the cliff detail from Capitol Reef NP. The vertical presentation creates the rings one would see in a cut tree trunk. Best with a black background.


Comments by jj on Mon, 02/12/18 20:39

Interesting. I can't get any sense of scale here. It really does look like wood grain completely to the branch joint at the bottom, though.

How "detail" is this?


Comments by Jeff Dye on Mon, 02/12/18 23:46

I donít understand your detail question. It was the most interesting and abstract section
of the cliff. About 20í top to bottom of the abstract area.


Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Wed, 02/14/18 11:07

LOvely. Some amazing line movements plus the cracks. Appreciate that
you keep your images true to the scene rather than pumping up the
tones this way and that.


Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Thu, 02/15/18 12:17

I was looking at this again. And I just wanted to point out that I
really liked a crop down (about 1/3) So the orange/red curvatures are
up top in the image. I thought it had an interesting balance and
movement. ?? Not saying I don't like what you have presented.


Comments by S Roter on Thu, 02/15/18 14:02

My first impression was a tree, I like the tonal values, and detail.
I agree with Greg, about staying true to the scene.


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Fri, 02/16/18 09:03

I like it...good work.;-)


Comments by Paul Bracey on Sun, 03/04/18 19:12

Nice work!