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    Western States road trip pics 4. Got bandwidth?

    Headed into the Joshua Trees of Cottonwood Canyon (ironic, no?), south of Red Rocks Park, Vegas



    Checking out some Petroglyphs with Shuntavi, his son Greg, and some of the Southern Utah OTB troop of La Verkin/Hurricane, Utah...



    ...then spreading out to explore Little Creek Mesa southside



    Gooseberry's Shinarump conglomerate



    God's Skate Park, Gooseberry



    Petroglyphs of Sego Canyon, Utah



    Pictographs of Sego Canyon, Utah



    Another shot of Buckskin Gulch

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    do you know the age

    of the Petroglyphs?
    thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures!

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    Good job! Wow! Nice pics!

    Did you do any post-processing on those? Also, can you share what camera/settings you used? Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sc_slite
    Did you do any post-processing on those? Also, can you share what camera/settings you used?
    I shot all those with a Canon S330 (2.1 megapixel digital Elph) using mostly factory default settings (jpg compression, in-camera sharpening, etc). I download them to my Mac, and then run them through a "droplet" I created in Photoshop to automate the tedious and repetative task of preparing them for the web. The droplet is an icon on the desktop you drop the image file on, which then sets in motion a series of actions in Photoshop I have specified. I have it sharpen (75%, 1.2 pixel radius, threshold 4), increase saturation (master channel +10), crop to 700 pix wide for horz or 640 pix high for verts, then "save for web" choosing a jpg quality of 40%. That gives me an image ranging from 70-100kb depending on how many colors there are. I would have lightened a few of them so the faces would not be so in shadow, but I got lazy.

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