I photographed and posted this image in August 2015 after I visited the Redwoods National Park in northern California for the first time in my life. I had a canvas print with size of 32″x16″ made and entered the Frederick’s Delaplaine National Juried Photo Contest last November. I was excited it was selected among some 60 pictures for displayed and more excited to find out someone liked it so much to buy it. Now, I have to find some other picture to hang above the fireplace.
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Congrats, Stephen. Happy New Year
On Thu, Jan 5, 2017 at 8:41 AM Stephen Hung Photography wrote:
> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > shungphotography posted: “I photographed and posted this image in August > 2015 after I visited the Redwoods National Park in northern California for > the first time in my life. I had a canvas print with size of 32″x16″ made > and entered the Frederick’s Delaplaine National Juried Phot” > > > > > > > > > >
Thank you, Biing, Wish you a happy New Year as well.
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Truly a beautiful photo. I normally see photos of the redwoods in color but this black and white reminds me that not everything need to be in color.
Thank you for your comments. The picture was taken in color originally, however, by converting to B&W I think the mist (fog) seemed to stand out better.
you’ve captured something so well that i have always struggled to capture (fog/mist). congrats on the contest feature. thanks for sharing
Thank you so much – glad you like the image.
More than beautiful
Thank you so much!
Thank you so much for your comments.
Beautiful photos of the California Redwood forest. Reminded me of my family trip many years ago with a special friend.Which also his last trip.
Thank you and glad it bring back your precious memory
Beautifully shot and so good in B&W, Stephen. It’s a favorite place for sure.
Thank you, Jane. Sometime I do feel B&W is able to bring out the image better.
The 16 x 32 is one of my favorite sizes for print canvas. Just printed two 60 inch canvases of one new largest coast redwood discovery >> http://www.mdvaden.com/redwood_year_discovery.shtml
Thank you for visiting my blog. It’s also my favorite size for canvas print – hanging in my living room I have one taken at Cappadocia hot air balloon and one from Bagan, Burma. The Redwoods one shown here was sold at the exhibit last year. You got some excellent shots of Redwoods, love them all. — Stephen