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Kitzbuhel Mountain View

August 18th, 2010

The view across the mountain range from the Kitzb├╝heler Horn, Tyrol, Austria. 26 July 2010.

Canon EOS 40D, Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM with Polarizer Filter. Post processing in Adobe Lightroom.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: rejectEd
about 13 years, 8 months ago
The scene is amazing and I love the depth and the lighting but..

the saturation is slightly too punchy for my liking.
Posted By: knaim2
about 13 years, 8 months ago
I love the depth of this picture...it's dominating. Big mountains, and green fields from a beautiful view.

Slight shadow on the top half of the picture...maybe due to the atmosphere? I don't know what rejected meant by "the saturation" being too punchy for him, but I think it's just right.
Posted By: only4now
about 13 years, 8 months ago
WOW! what a hike!

I love the POP in this photo and really like the shades of depth this picture captures.

I cannot see any shadowing and also think it is probably an atmosphere kind of thing. The brightness in the color is my favorite part. No changes for me. :)
Posted By: paulevermore
about 13 years, 8 months ago
Is this one exposure? This is excellent and the processing is just right.

I don't have an opinion on how this could be improved. I am commenting because I think it is perfect.
about 13 years, 8 months ago
Oh yeah I remember this in the loupe. It's just breathtaking and so perfect. I believe you have captured this scene perfectly. Perfect composition, colors and of course this place.

I don't think it needs any improvements. Thanks for sharing.
Posted By: Abrosious
about 13 years, 8 months ago
Reminds me of the rocky hills around Nazareth. The scenery is nice, but the photograph itself could use some improvement and here's why:

Artificial saturation is obvious around the center of the photograph. The colors look fake in the said area and are unpleasant to look at. Also it seems as though you have three different exposures. The bottom right is darker, middle is natural exposure, and the background mountains are too light. My suggestion is to tone down the saturation, increase the contrast by a small amount, and enhance the shadows. It makes it look a tad less fake and pleasant enough to look at. I don't know any way to darken the exposure in the back however. But you take what you can get I guess...
Posted By: Chris Gin
about 13 years, 8 months ago
Great image, nice and sharp, love the rolling hills and the path running through them, and the light looks beautiful.

Abrosious, the different exposures you're seeing may be due to the dappled light coming through the clouds, lighting up parts of the scene and leaving other parts in shadow. That's the kind of light photographers dream of.

Maybe more details could've been retained in the sky.
Posted By: MasterMic
about 13 years, 8 months ago
I agree with the other posters that this image looks perfect...

But there is something to say about being too perfect, but maybe that's just preference. Good job!
Posted By: sabern
about 13 years, 8 months ago
I like the view and scenery... Nice job dude.

Less saturation and computer work could make it better.

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