These images shot in my favorite place for ancient bristlecone pines. I offer one-on-one photo tours in this area.
Some examples shown in the wide gamut ProPhotoRGB color space; be sure to use a colorspace-aware web browser.
Images presented at ~59% of actual pixels (2880 pixels wide). This is sufficient for a very high quality image on a retina-grade screen suitable for evaluation in general. Some images have crops and some do not as deemed useful or not.
Ancient Bristlecone by moonlight
This 30-second exposure was pushed two stop for effective ISO of 800. For the black and white variant (toggle), only the red channel was used, and this makes it slightly noisier, also a strong tonal curve was applied for the desired rendering.
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