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Wallpaper Details: Lakeview Valley Dusk

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Lakeview Valley Dusk by dan taylr
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Lakeview Valley Dusk

September 17th, 2013

Shot in Lakeview Oregon out in the rich farm country. I shot it as a panorama to get a good resolution for larger screens.

Adobe Photoshop CS5.5

Canon EOS Rebel T1i, Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS.

Photo Settings: 18mm, f/3, 1/20 second, ISO 800.

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blue » dark green » dusk » farm land » fields » lakeview oregon » meadows » nature » oregon » photography » sky » sunset »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Gustav Harborn
about 12 months ago
Surprisingly nice wallpaper despite the poor resolution and the technical simplicity of the photo. I like how the colors are very calming.

Better resolution would improve this photo. Where is the focus? There seems to be no focus. There is also too much noise. You could try noise reduction, but that might worsen the sharpness even more. A smaller ISO value would have also helped reduce the noise. Why didn't you use a smaller value? Shutter speed would have been slower, but I don't think it would have negatively affected the photo. A smaller aperture at around f/11 would also have enabled better focus, with a larger depth of field.
Posted By: dan taylr
about 10 months, 1 week ago
Hi Gustav,

Thanks for the comment, didn't want it to look too candied although the color's been tweaked quite a bit. Overly vibrant edits scream too much as wallpapers IMO.

The resolution and focus is unfortunately at the limits of my DSLR. I needed to pull up the ISO given the circumstances at the time. Hopefully next time I submit, I'll have some better equipment :)

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