Natural landscapes: below the falls

ROCK FORMATIONS, CHAUDIERE RIVER, NEAR QUEBEC CITY, CANADA

Originally photographed in 2004 on slide film, I had it scanned into a jpeg. And it was a truly HORRIBLE scan. So I did a whole lot more work to fix the colour cast and darken the horribly overexposed (again, thanks to the awful scan) highlights. How did I do?
NIKON FM22, tripod, polarizing filter.

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: below the falls

  1. I’ve found commercial scanning hopeless. Scanning at home with a Nikon coolscan is however a time-consuming process and dust specks are a nightmare. This looks OK to me technically, thanks to your work, and I am fascinated by those strange repetitive rock formations in the foreground.

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