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February 7, 2009

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Shattered Ice at Kilgore Falls

by josephrossbachphoto

I took my son Phoenix out today and we met up with Ian Plant at Conowingo Dam to survey the Bald Eagles that hunt along the Susquehanna River below the dam. They were to far off today to get any good images, so we bounced over to Kilgore Falls to hike the trail and make sure we had the accurate info for our upcoming book 50 Amazing Things. I took one and only one images down at the falls and it happened to be ice formations on the bank of the stream. I am always looking out for something different.

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  1. Feb 8 2009

    Great ice abstract – the blue against the black background is attractive, excellent details.

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  2. Feb 8 2009

    Cool shot. I like that black background. Conowingo seems to be at it’s best from Mid-November til Christmas time. Hope that helps for next year. Get back to me about Monday!

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  3. Jim March
    Feb 9 2009

    do you find the silver pro software superior to the B&W in CS4? Is it worth the extra cost?

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  4. josephrossbachphoto
    Feb 13 2009

    Hey Jim, Silver Efex Pro cam simulate the look of traditional film as well as other techniques like solarization. These can alaso be done with BW conversion and other filters and layers masks, but take much longer and as a freeance photographer I only have so much time to sit and work on images. Silver Efex is great for me! Hope this helps, Joe.

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