Thursday, August 20, 2009

Calibration

The sun rises on the distance peak behind the ruins of an abandoned mine near Leadville, CO.

What color is this photo? On my home system, it is a nice Sepia toned image. At work, its a bit of a sickly radioactive green color... Hopefully the monitor at home is the correctly calibrated monitor! Perhaps its time to get the necessary hardware to properly calibrate my monitor.

In other news, I'll be out in the sticks in and around Glacier National Park all next week. So, I will not be able to post anything next week (I can almost hear the wife cheering). But, hopefully, once I return, I'll have lots of new photos. Have a great week everyone!

Be sure to visit Sepia Scenes!

10 comments:

kaye said...

I love how you caught the sun on the peaks. nicely done. see my sepia scene & window views here Thanks!

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Awesome shot for sepia! Looks great with the sun peeking over the mountain. Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://splummer-aviewofmylife.blogspot.com/2009/08/sepia-scenes.html

Gaelyn said...

This is a wonderful capture. Love how the peaked roof mimics the mountain peaks. And who cares about colors.

Have a great time at Glacier NP. And tell the wife you can handle a few days away from posting, but will have to satisfy the demands upon your return. LOL

James said...

This is an absolutely beautiful sepia picture. Wonderfully lit. I always enjoy your photos!

Highton-Ridley said...

I like this one Russ. The lighting on the mountain peaks is real nice and the decaying structure is just peachy - great tones throughout. Nice!

cieldequimper said...

Awesome shot, almost too good to be true. The light on the mountains is incredible.

ms toast burner said...

What a striking photo! Excellent...

JPT said...

A beautiful shot.

Jack said...

Really beautiful shot..keep going..


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Russ said...

Thanks!