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Interesting Tree

Posted by
john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 15 November 2009 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

This Juniper tree was in one of the units of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. This is the last photograph before we get to our destination of Sumpter.
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YESTERDAY'S METERING SUGGESTIONS came from Thom Hogan, one of my favorite technical resources. (Please note: almost all of my technical sharings come from outside resources.)
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A MINOR FRUSTRATION - When someone comments on a photograph of mine, I click on their name to go their site and comment. Sometimes I am taken to a non-Am3 site; this is the case even with some who are on Am3. And, especially with sites in a non-English language, I can't figure out how to make a comment. At the very least, if you belong to Am3, please have us directed to your Am3 site.

NIKON D700 1/250 second F/9.0 ISO 200 40 mm (35mm equiv.)

Scott F. Schilling from San Martin, United States

Very nice processing work on this Jack and I like the black and white and the textures in this image!

15 Nov 2009 5:19am

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Cool work. I also like the textures.

15 Nov 2009 6:01am

PATRICK from miramas, France

very great capture and traitement

15 Nov 2009 6:07am

masoud from tehran, Iran

very nice bw shot !Amazing !

15 Nov 2009 8:30am

Anina from Auckland, New Zealand

WOW!! This is breathtaking! Great detail and contrast. A perfect B&W shot.

15 Nov 2009 8:40am

Irene from L C, France

Great B&W and DOF !

15 Nov 2009 9:01am

Isidro from Barcelona, Spain

excelente b&w, tratamiento muy bueno!

15 Nov 2009 9:19am

k@ from Paris, France

The choice of focus is gorgeous in those luminous blacks & bokeh, no real scale so it could be a great or little tree and I love the idea of both worlds... (never heard the problem you mention about Am3 comments)

15 Nov 2009 9:55am

Leena from Joensuu, Finland

You certainly are right, it could tell us many things about surrounding world during it`s lifetime.
The photo is very, very impressive as your brilliant implementation. ( I apologize my poor English, my words may be sometimes quite wrong, but I never mean to be impolite )

15 Nov 2009 10:02am

@Leena: You communicate very well Leena. I very much appreciate your thoughtful comments.

Theys from Charleroi, Belgium

Very great capture ,bravo !

15 Nov 2009 10:35am

dideban from mashhad, Iran

3 star's

15 Nov 2009 10:53am

Lyl and Roll from Besançon, France

We ca say that Jack : intersting.... and so much more...

15 Nov 2009 11:27am

Betty from Phillipsburg, United States

Really nice textures, and a very interesting tree. Nice processing.

15 Nov 2009 11:48am

daniela scharnowski from Berlin, Germany

I love those windformed trees! Bw is a good choice. Did you processed by hand here?

15 Nov 2009 12:14pm

@daniela scharnowski: What do you mean, "Processed by hand"?

Veronelle from Lens, France

fast a painting in b&w

15 Nov 2009 12:41pm

MrsAmber from West Wickham, United Kingdom

Wow...fabulous shot.

15 Nov 2009 1:27pm

bekkah from Pennsylvania, United States

wonderful, the tree jumps off of the screen here!

15 Nov 2009 1:34pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

Gorgeous in black and white. I like how the detail in the bark and every single branch, large and small come to focus in this shot! Bravo, Jack!

15 Nov 2009 2:27pm

don from spokane, United States

The rugged looking juniper makes a fine subject in this image. Fine black and white work helps it succeed too. Very well done.

15 Nov 2009 3:13pm

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Great BW . Very , very cool processing .

15 Nov 2009 3:44pm

fabrizio from rome, Italy

exelente framing it's a very impressive black and white

15 Nov 2009 4:44pm

Vitor Martins from Lisboa, Portugal

Beautiful B & W compo. Great DOF.

15 Nov 2009 4:50pm

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

Gorgeous. Stunning. That would make a great print.

15 Nov 2009 4:57pm

António Pires from Lisbon, Portugal

Interesting photo.

15 Nov 2009 5:36pm

Bill from Pacific Northwest, United States

Wonderful detail, tones and selective focus.

15 Nov 2009 6:55pm

Mhélène from Paris, France

So beautiful in b&w , agreat composition !

15 Nov 2009 7:15pm

Judy from Brooksville, Florida, United States

Such a strong image in B 'n W, Jack ... with so much feeling coming through.

15 Nov 2009 7:20pm

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

Wow, it definitely has a life of its own. Good eye !!!

15 Nov 2009 8:25pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A great looking B&W juniper.

15 Nov 2009 9:05pm

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

it looks like several small trees on a tree!
friendships!

15 Nov 2009 9:47pm

Susan from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Nice shot...like the processing !!!

15 Nov 2009 11:04pm

Mirza Ahmad from Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

Sharp processing ....

16 Nov 2009 12:51am

Ajay from Pune, India

Oh Dear!!! This is beyond apprehensions. What a tonal range!!! Marvelous.

16 Nov 2009 2:38am

JamesC from portland, United States

interesting image

16 Nov 2009 4:15am

Didier DE ZAN from somewhere, France

Very beautiful BW

16 Nov 2009 5:52am

Vachel from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

nice B&W shot...

16 Nov 2009 1:10pm