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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Valley Sunset by lucasjungmann
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Valley Sunset

September 7th, 2010

Shot in Spray Lakes, Kananaskis Valley, Alberta, Canada. 9-shot exposure fusion. Develoved in Adobe Lightroom 3 and fixed up in Adobe Photoshop CS5.

Nikon D300s, 10.5mm fisheye lens.

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alberta » blue » canada » fisheye » kananaskis valley » lakes » landscape » mountains » nature » nikon d300s » photography » sky » water »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: jrm125
about 4 years ago
Beautiful, thanks submitter. I love how the green sweeps down to the water. Nice pic.

As with most images on this site, I wish there were more dual monitor or triple monitor versions, especially for vast, sweeping vistas.
Posted By: only4now
about 4 years ago
speechless...............................................

i'm moving to canada....................................

:)
Posted By: nbocch
about 4 years ago
Everything. The colors, composition, subject matter, the feeling of peace that comes over me just looking at it. Thanks!

I don't know a lot about fisheye lenses, but the only improvement that I could think of would be a little less fisheye effect. But then again, maybe that would ruin it. Bottom line: don't try to improve this! haha
Posted By: TME
about 4 years ago
Nice catch, right timing, very saturated colours, I had a great time in Kananaskis last summer.

A little too heavily processed. You can see significant halos along the edge of the mountains in the distance which form a V shape. So it looks a little artificial from that point of view. A lighter touch on the tone-mapping might make it better.

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