As promised, I uploaded the new versions of this image before the 75% discount sale is over at the end of Tuesday (remember: just enter in coupon code "WW-75-OFF" at checkout to get discount). I love the above picture, love how the dark clouds were moving in and shadowing the summits even as the sunset was poking through beyond those clouds and lighting up the rest of the peaks. The contrast of dark and light provides a lot of depth that I just love. This image has a 2:1 ratio, so for prints you're best off ordering 10x20, 15x30, 30x60, etc.
Others I talked to, though, still really loved the tighter panoramic crop, liking how that version of the image gets in tighter on the two peaks themselves. So, for that reason, I've decided to still leave a version of that image as well, just with the new B&W processing. Here is that image:
In this tighter crop, you still see the play of light and shadow on the peaks, but lose sight of the ominous clouds that are providing those shadows. In trade, though, you get a much closer look at the peaks themselves, making them appear much grander, and a much larger focal point of the image. This image has a 3:1 ratio, so for prints you'll want to order sizes like 10x30, 12x36, 20x60, etc.
Between these two, I slightly prefer the top image, but also love the bottom one for different reasons. In fact, I have an Antzl canvas of the bottom one currently on order, which will be available for sale once it arrives. I'll post a picture of the actual print once it arrives - great stuff.
I have a third, very dramatic version of this image as well, but I'm saving that for a later, more limited release after a little more work and review. I'll share that when the time comes. I hope you enjoy these!