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High Alpine Landscape

August 29th, 2008

It was an amazing day in the Alps at about 2300m altitude. I could take some nice shots with my Sigma 10-20mm lens. This is an HDR made from only one RAW-file. I tried to get back the details of the mountains using different sharpening-methods in Photoshop. Hope you'll like it. Regards from Germany!

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alps » clouds » high dynamic range » landscape » mountains » nature » photography » sky » turquoise »

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Posted By: PaulCKK
about 13 years, 3 months ago
First of all, let me say this is a great picture. However, I can't but help to say it might have been improved if you used the water as the foreground because the rock foreground you have now is kinda boring. I'd say just walk up to the water and start snapping there.
Posted By: RhiNo0
about 13 years, 3 months ago
Excellent photo, excellent place. No offenses, but you'd make a better work on Photoshop, it's good, but would be better... Resuming, the photo is outstanding. congratulations, just would finish it by other way on the PC.
Posted By: Joel Antunes
about 13 years, 3 months ago
ha nice, wallpaper.
From a photographic view... lot of things going on as far as i can see, can't really see a foreground interest or is a bit too much confusion? maybe if u used the "river" running would make nice interesting shot, anyway am sure there would be lot of interesting foregrounds there, still a nice shot, not sure about other methods photoshop is good enough to me!
Joel Antunes
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 13 years, 3 months ago
I think it looks pretty good actually. Closer to the a lake would've been better, as I agree with Joel about the foreground clutter. Colour and sharpness look fine though.
Posted By: Shock
about 13 years, 3 months ago
words cannot express just how amazing this picture is :)
Posted By: Aletheios
about 13 years, 3 months ago
Thank you all for your feedback! I really appreciate it.
Unfortunatelay I couldn't use the lake as a real foreground because there was no way of getting there. The terrain was quite difficult and partly extremely precipitous (you can't see this on the photo). But next time I'll try. ;) I hope you'll like the picture anyway.
Posted By: andrewbg
about 13 years, 2 months ago
great picture, congratulations... anyway, I think I recognize the place, isn't it the Lago Cignana, close to Valturnanche and Cervinia in Val d'Aosta (Italy)?? I've been there a lot of time to say that it really looks like that place...
Posted By: emu10kx
about 13 years, 2 months ago
good work!it looks like so closed to the clouds, i like it!
Posted By: Tim H.
about 13 years, 2 months ago
I've been here since around September 3rd and finally joined today. I just gotta ask: why all the negative comments about someone else's artwork? This is a great shot. I love everything about it, and I wouldn't change it one bit. If Aletheios hadn't replied, I would've said that perhaps the lake wasn't his focus.

Anyway, I love this shot and I look forward to the times when it comes around in my Wallpaper Master rotation.
Posted By: Jurian89
about 13 years, 1 month ago
Very nice spot indeed :D

Picture was made here right:

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