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Old 05-07-2017   #1
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Chuck, interesting shot - N. Saskatchewan River Valley? I find it the contrast a little high for my tastes, but I suspect that is an artifact of the B&W conversion. Let us know what you did here as you have me curious now.

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Chuck, interesting shot - N. Saskatchewan River Valley? I find it the contrast a little high for my tastes, but I suspect that is an artifact of the B&W conversion. Let us know what you did here as you have me curious now.

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Yes, the N Sask Valley across from Fort Edmonton Park. I used Nik SilverEffects to convert. I did dodge and burn to increase the contrast. There was bright sun and deep shade when I was there and I tried to capture that feeling.

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