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Twilight Patriarch by narmansk8 Twilight Patriarch by narmansk8
The Patriarch Abraham and the virgin river in Zion National Park Utah
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jeepgurl8204 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2007
nice shot! :D
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Imthenats Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
ah, Zions. Beautiful. I think it has the right light. :D ;) B-)
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collectiveone Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
Its pretty cool i guess. lol. Very nice man.
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narmansk8 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
haha thank you my friend! :stupidme:
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piro Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
Abraham, Issacc, Jacob, Thomas, Enoch, Cindy, Paul, Phil, Henry, Juan....

"welcome to canyon junction"
"its pretty cool I guess"
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narmansk8 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
enoch? ahahahaha
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Alex37 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Its a very well composed shot and the colours are potentially great but it seems badly underexposed.

Alex
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narmansk8 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
yea i really dont know what the problem is here. I just calibrated my monitor this last weekend. In photoshop the image looks great, but as soon as I upload it onto deviant the image completely changes. If I compensate for the image shown on deviant, the picture looks completely blown out and terrible in photoshop. Do u have any suggestion that might help me out?
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Alex37 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
I dont know, That sounds very strange. One possible explanation is that you are saving it in the adobeRGB colourspace. The web works in sRGB. If its not that I am afraid I cant help, really that should only effect the saturation of the colour not the tone.

Alex
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narmansk8 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
Hmmmm. I do all my post-process work in the abobe98rgb but convert to srgb before posting. I had alot of trouble with this when i first joined dA but hadnt had any trouble again since the last couple of photos i have posted. Well thank you for your help i really appreciate it. :)
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