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 Post subject: Mono Lake, California
PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2011 6:02 am 
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wow looks like an interesting place, I have just googled it.

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Nice shots, Liquid_Turbo

I stopped briefly there while travelling through from San Fran via Mammoth Lakes to Death Valley and the Grand Canyon. It's quite a sight when you're there.

I wish I was doing that trip now with a DSLR, but I think the wife would kill me!


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It looks as if you visited around midday - did you get any shots from a lower PoV by the shoreline? Any of the volcanoes nearby (in the background on your return to the carpark, I think)?

If these are single RAW exposures, it might be worthwhile taking a second slightly lower exposure and dialing in a little contrast for the tufa to bring out a bit more detail, before blending in...


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Nicely done, do you have any from sunrise/sunset to share?

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No, unfortunately had to move on with my trip.. I'm sure it would have been stunning, none the less!


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