where it all began - Colorado fall

Craig Zerbe

Well-Known Member
The first time I ran into members of this group was in Colorado this fall - at the True Grit field. Finally have gotten around to processing the images from that day. I'll never forget driving on that dirt road, 20 miles from anywhere, and rounding a bend and seeing 50 or more photographers set up (I think there were at least 3 workshop groups). I am sure among the members here, we probably have a 1000 shots of that field. Here are a couple I have developed so far. These are taken about 30 minutes apart - before sunset.
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JimFox

Moderator
Staff member
You nailed it Craig! That is a very popular spot for workshops, and it was really awesome that among that group we were able to connect with each other. It's definitely awesome having you as a part of our community here.

Again, 2 really nice shots. It's so cool how the light changes there, and also how the clouds can catch color even after it seems like it's too late.
 

Craig Zerbe

Well-Known Member
Did one more - timing between the other two. Sky had a little more color but not the direct lighting the other two received. Had to tone down the clouds as the original was fairly intense.
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Mike Lewis

Staff Member
Staff member
Great location - very nicely captured. I particularly like the lighting, colors, and sky of the 2nd one (but would be happy to have shot any of the 3!)

ML
 

Dean

Well-Known Member
Craig,
All very nice.. that was a fun night :) Glad you became part of this group it a great place to hang out.
Regards,
Dean
 

JimFox

Moderator
Staff member
Very nice work on this 3rd one Craig! You have 3 winners here. I will though pick #2 as my favorite of the 3.
 

Douglas Sherman

Supporting Member
The first time I ran into members of this group was in Colorado this fall - at the True Grit field. Finally have gotten around to processing the images from that day. I'll never forget driving on that dirt road, 20 miles from anywhere, and rounding a bend and seeing 50 or more photographers set up (I think there were at least 3 workshop groups). I am sure among the members here, we probably have a 1000 shots of that field. Here are a couple I have developed so far. These are taken about 30 minutes apart - before sunset.View attachment 15496
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Wonderful images, Craig.
 
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