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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Corn Sunset by Maxime Perron Caissy
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Corn Sunset

July 3rd, 2007

Taken in Saint-Basile, Québec, Canada with a Canon Digital Rebel XTi. I used a technique called HDR to get the maximum luminance into the picture. I also applied a tone mapping to get rich colors. (This is my favorite HDR photos that I have taken!)

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Posted By: fprieur from mac.com
about 7 years, 1 month ago
Superbes cieux, bravo, belle photo
Posted By: gj77 from telstra.com
about 7 years, 1 month ago
Only one word to describe this:

WOW!! :)

Beautiful photo, excellent choice of landscape....MMM, corn :P
haha, antics aside - this is the best wallpaper I've seen in a while. The contrasts are just beautiful - everything is perfectly balanced. (Excellent use of tone mapping!) I love your photos - keep them coming :D

P.S. The rain in the distance - did you add this after the photo was taken?
P.P.S. Stunning!
This comment is rated: insightful
about 7 years, 1 month ago
@gj77

I did not add anything to the photo, what you see is what I saw when I took the picture!
Posted By: melchiah
about 7 years ago
I can only agree. The depth and the colours are stunning. Makes one want to move to Canada.
Posted By: fannie_mtl from hotmail.com
about 6 years, 10 months ago
Super ta photo Maxime ! Bravo, ça donne envie d'aller voir du côté de St-Basile :)
Posted By: h_weingardt from yahoo.com
about 6 years, 7 months ago
Simply gorgeous! The colors are so rich and the clarity so pristine it almost looks computer-generated. I love the contrast between the warm ground and the impending sky. Great job!
Posted By: yoladango
about 6 years, 7 months ago
I will echo the above comments and add that I get an eerily visceral feeling from this photo - like it is almost too still. Thanks for this wonderful wallpaper!
about 5 years, 10 months ago
it's really nic!!
d colour contrast is soo nic!!
gud job!!
Posted By: jdonner
about 5 years, 5 months ago
"I did not add anything to the photo, what you see is what I saw when I took the picture!"

Lair, I'm a professional and what you have used on the photo is HDRI, I can recognize that from miles away.
Posted By: jdonner
about 5 years, 5 months ago
Btw, that's the worst thing that ever happened to photography, just look at this photo... it looks aweful, it the typical example of how NOT to use HDRI and also how NOT to use Photoshop.

Those noobs who think that this people is awesome obviously have no clue what beautiful photography is...sigh. Google for "Cambridge in Color", that's how you take great shots with beatiful compositions, colors and lighting, that's also how you use HDRI the proper way.

Noobs...sigh
about 5 years, 3 months ago
quote by jdonner
"I did not add anything to the photo, what you see is what I saw when I took the picture!" Lair, I'm a professional and what you have used on the photo is HDRI, I can recognize that from miles away.

@jdonner, if you read the conversation (not just my comment), you will notice that my answer saying that I did not add anything to the photo a reply to gj77. By the way, if you would also have read the photo description, it is written that I have used HDR on this photo.

I must admit that Cambridge in Color is a remarkable collection of great HDR shots and that is where I learned how HDR actually works.

Regards,
Maxime

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