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MarkChinn

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Desert Scene-color

Color version of previously uploaded monochrome.
Scene along the Picket Post Mountain trail near Phoenix Arizona. Suggestion: Pano is much better viewed enlarged.

Exif Data

Canon EOS 7D

Aperture
f/18.0
Exposure
1/40
ISO
400
Flash
16
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/40
  • Resolution: 3000000/10000
  • Created: 14th April 2019
  • Uploaded: 23rd July 2019
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 65
  • Likes: 35



  • Pamela Thomson
    2 months ago
    puts you in mind of the old westerns you used to see on tv. great picture
    • MarkChinn
      2 months ago
      Thank you Pamela. You are right, it does. I appreciate your comment.
  • hobbyfotosnrw
    2 months ago
    Great pic.
    • MarkChinn
      2 months ago
      Vielen Dank. Sorry I only know a little German but I appreciate your comment very much.
  • vision
    3 months ago
    Wow! Very beautiful panoramic.
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      Thank you for the kind comment. I appreciate it. :-)
  • Olga N
    3 months ago
    Beautiful photo
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      Thank you very much Olga.
  • Jsvasquez1986
    3 months ago
    beautiful picture, amazing view
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      Thanks very much for the kind comment and sharing. I appreciate it.
  • Irene Carson
    • Seller
    • Pro
    3 months ago
    Yep, I like this version as well, Mark, although it conveys a different mood. This is very much like a spring scene due to the lush greenery. The three-sided shapes are more obvious in this version, too. ;-)
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      It really does convey a different mood. This was shot in April so it actually is a spring scene in the desert. Having difficulty finding the triangles though.;-) I appreciate your comments very much.
      • Irene Carson
        • Seller
        • Pro
        3 months ago
        The triangles are neatly stacked in different colours: green at the bottom, brownish in the middle (the least obvious triangle) and grey in the back, all adding to the dynamics in the photo.
        • MarkChinn
          2 months ago
          Well ok..., I guess. :-)
  • FabioM
    3 months ago
    Great photo Mark. Beautiful scene
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      Thank you for the nice comment and share - really appreciate it Fabio!
  • colinmair
    3 months ago
    Great shot there Mark
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      Appreciate your comment Colin. Thank you! :-)
  • ButchReinhart
    • Seller
    3 months ago
    Great shot. Like it as much as the black and white version.
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      Thanks Butch. I like them both also but I think I prefer the mono ever so slightly better. Thanks so much for commenting and sharing. :-)
  • Michael Flick Photography
    3 months ago
    Very nice, Mark. But panos are not really impressive on the screen in my opinion. That's why I don't often take panos. I'm always disappointed when I see them on screen. You have to print them really large to enjoy it. But it's a great and moody shot.
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      I agree Michael however if you click on it to enlarge it looks much better, at least on my monitor. Good enough to get some detail. Wonder if you tried that. I appreciate your feedback very much. Thanks. :-)
      • Michael Flick Photography
        3 months ago
        :) sure I tried that :) and it's not about the quality of you shot, only a general problem with panos on the screen - even on a big screen and I have 32".
        • MarkChinn
          3 months ago
          I understand and agree. Just wanted to be sure you clicked to enlarge. Dang, wish I had a 32" screen. I'm on a 24". I need an upgrade!!! :-)
          • Michael Flick Photography
            3 months ago
            It really pays. I had a 40" screen before but that was not really designed for editing photos. I bought a BenQ SW320 about eight months ago and I can really recommend that one. Great monitor in every aspect.
            • MarkChinn
              2 months ago
              Thanks for the recommendation Michael. I will look into it.
  • Richard Brookes
    3 months ago
    Great shot of a beautiful landscape Mark.
    • MarkChinn
      3 months ago
      Thanks so much Richard.