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GTV15 :: The Making Of A Print :: Long's Peak

2017-07-26 258 0 4,438 YouTube

Click Here To Purchase A Print :: There are 9 prints available in edition 1. Come along with me as I take show you my working process to get from a film negative to a stunning black and white photograph. 'Long's Peak' was photographed in Rocky Mountain National Park in the summer of 2017. I spent some time with the negative in a few printing sessions before reaching the desired look and mood of the final print. The setting sun lit the valley below in a way that glowed. It caught my eye immediately and the thought of having such a majestic mountain in the background merely added to this special scene. Ansel Adams said once that all scenes in nature are, 'found objects'. And I would have to agree. There is nothing I can do to add to the elegant beauty of nature. All I can do is feverishly search for these beautiful scenes in the wild and hope that I can present them in a way that gives justice to their beauty. SHOW LINKS: Find Me Online: Website :: Instagram :: @chrisswartwood Email :: Gear Used: Camera: Sony A6000 :: Lens: Sony 10-18mm :: Tripod: Manfrotto :: Ring Light: Newer Ring Light :: Fill Lights: Microphone: Lapel Mic: Audio Recorder: Zoom H4n :: Video Monitor: Aputure VS2 :: The gear links above and any Amazon links I post are Amazon affiliate links and it helps with the time and costs associated with producing this show. Any views or opinions are my own and come from a place of honesty and sincerity. I hope you enjoy the videos and my channel and leave me your notes or feedback in a comment below. Thanks for watching! -chris