Welcome back to Big Mountain Photography where my photographic journey continues with a sunrise visit to Kailasanathar Temple in Kanchpuram.
Note: Red-colored, underlined text is a link for more information, i.e. Wikipedia, YouTube, Map…
I’d appreciate your patronage in following via email alerts, i.e. FOLLOW button RH side as “I no longer post images in Facebook“. Note: You can right-click to “open the image in another tab” to view in a larger size / resolution, right-click to download if you heart desires… your call.
It’s a 3-week turnaround from mailing to downloading the TIFF files at 98Mb each, i.e. that’s medium format at 4x the size of a 35mm. The FIND Lab does an excellent job film processing and delivering scans with helpful guidance for correcting errors and/or enhancing images.
For my Image Gallery, I’ve combined both analog film (something special about that non-random grain) and digital mirrorless images for your viewing pleasure.
Note: (1) I’m driving standardized workflow with the using titles for each image as a prelude to Photographic Salon Competition and (2) At the bottom of the page, I’ve included an Opinion POLL. Feedback appreciated.
Side Bar: I used Iridient Developer for the Fuji RAW files. Iridient is a new RAW processor I started using in place of Lightroom to stop, minimize the muddy look of the details with LR. Fuji RAW files are X-Trans in design unlike all other sensors using a non-random Bayer design
Bayer Sensor Design (R-G-B) Fuji X-Trans Sensor Design
POLL on the Use of Borders
I’m still shifting my LH logic side of the brain over to the RH artistic side with the addition of frames. Ever see an old master’s image without a frame? No, the frame is part of the total presentation.