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Looking to Glaramara


Exposure Date: 2010:09:04 06:15:35;
Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II;
FNumber: f/16;
ISOSpeedRatings: 100;
FocalLength: 17 mm;

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i never took a shot that early in the morning Rich,you are a hard worker and rewarded with magnificent light like in this shot,beautifull light and reflection,very nice work,regards from London,Harry

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I enjoyed your landscape image. It seems like the forground is blurred a bit and the photo has a faded look. maybe sharpen it a bit and add a bit of contrast to make the sky colors more rich and vibrant.  Well done with the composition. a lovey location for a landscape photo.

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It's a very nice persepctive, I love the colours and reflections, maybe a bit more foreground detail could be obtained by getting a bit closer to the ground with the camera. Your chosen aperture of f16 should give you enough dof for this shot, and a bit more contrast and sharpening as paul mentioned, would also boost the colour.

Nice work Richard!



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Sharpening? When viewing the image large, i think it is presented as a feeling, and how we see (feel) a panorama such as this. Ultimately my eye heads to the whisp cloud far off on the horizon, whereupon I become in the moment (similar to your other work, Rich) 

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perfect timing and composition, a very good photo. i agree with others, it needs a bit of sharpening and a lot of contrast ( after you blend a HDR, you must process further to adjust colors and contrast). if i look at the big version, there are very strange dubling at the top of the mountains, especially that mountain on the left side, but at the right edge a little bit too, it probably comes from the HDR blending program or technique. but it can be fixed, all this problems. otherwise great shot, it worth the effort.

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You already have the comments I would have made. A very nice shot with a natural palette of colors which unfortunately don't score good ratings most of the time. I concur with Alf's comment.

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