by Julieanne Kost

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Created

July 19, 2013

I was lucky enough to take an extra day while teaching a class at the Santa Fe Workshops and sneak some quick pics near Ghost Ranch. New Mexico has such stunning landscapes.

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COMMENTS

  • By Thomas Young - 10:32 AM on July 19, 2013  

    They look very nice Julieanne but i could not figure out how to view them individually? I think it is pretty cool to see photos from the person who teaches how to use the software we use for our photos. I really like your tutorials on Lightroom and i promote it’s use in my class as well as Photoshop.

    • By Julieanne Kost - 2:54 PM on July 24, 2013  

      Oh, it’s one large image, so you can’t view then individually. Sorry.

      • By Jim Smith - 12:06 AM on August 7, 2013  

        As always, these are wonderful. What an eye!
        I was wondering whether you’d ever share your method for creating the template you used for this collage & others? It is a really clean look that sets off the images without competing with them.

  • By Bryan McNab - 11:08 AM on July 19, 2013  

    Very nice, I hope to get out to Santa Fe someday !!

  • By Daniel Thomassin - 2:49 PM on July 19, 2013  

    Bonjour,je vous remercie de partagé vos superbe photographie !Je com firme vous etes un grand maître vraiment pour avoir votre expérience il faut sûrement avoir beaucoup travaillez
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    un grand merci a vous et Adobe pour l’aide et les conseils que vous apporté “Je vous souhaite une bonne journée ainsi a vos collaborateurs d’Adobe .

  • By Richard - 9:41 AM on July 20, 2013  

    That Spanish land grant area where Ghost Ranch is located is called Piedre Lumbre, or Valley of Shining Stone. I was just there last month myself, and for me the area by Ghost Ranch always exhibits great light, so that is what I try to capture that in my photography. You can see a few of those images on my website. I must also thank Adobe for the software which allowed me to painlessly build the panoramas I did.

  • By Jim Smith - 11:58 PM on July 20, 2013  

    Wlell, I don’t think I can match Daniel’s prev reply since I can barely speak English! But I certainly couldn’t agree more that your work is indeed superb & beautiful, and you are a master. But the question is, did you shoot this from your car’s “window seat”? :)
    Seriously, once again, great inspiration. Will you be working some of this for your “creative” session @ PSWLV? Cheers, & thanks for sharing!