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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Long Shadows by Kymo
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Long Shadows

By Kymo
December 20th, 2010

I finally had my camera on me when the sunlight sneaked past the clouds at Ramsgate Park, Sydney.

Canon EOS 7D, 10-22mm, Adobe Photoshop CS4.

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australia » canon » canon eos 7d » forest » green » landscape » nature » photography » sydney australia » trees »

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Posted By: stubulman
about 3 years, 7 months ago
I like the composition and mood of this image. The trees are like people standing in rank and file.

Open the window; I need some air! Whether due to HDR, post processing and/or wide angle optics, the image needs some air. For such long shadows there is precious little sense of depth. It looks compressed.

Keep those pixels cookin' and we'll keep on lookin.'
Posted By: rafik87
about 3 years, 7 months ago
it's a beautiful photo; the warm light of sun rays is awesome;

the only one doubt it chromatic aberration: you could remove more of this while using photoshop :)
Posted By: MaDMaXX
about 3 years, 7 months ago
It's a nice picture, the light is caught just right there.

However, the light is also the other problem, you have a lot of fringing on the tree edges, did you work with the RAW file to try and eliminate this?
Posted By: Kymo
about 3 years, 7 months ago
Hey guys, thanks for the compliments and advice!

Yeah, regarding the chromatic aberration, I guess it happened as a result of trying to create more of that glowing look from the sun's rays. Is there a way of creating that look without getting CA?

Also, fringing on the trees, how do you mean????
Posted By: rafik87
about 3 years, 7 months ago
for little CA you can use Lens Correction Filter, but in this case i think Apply Image with some little retouch could give far better result :)

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