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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Switzerland Vastness by Robin Kamp
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Switzerland Vastness

September 18th, 2013

This picture was taken from an outlook platform with a 360-degree view of the beautiful and mind-blowing Mount Pilatus, Switzerland. Definitely a whorthwhile trip for anyone visiting the Swiss Alps.

Adobe Photoshop CS6.

Nikon D600, Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 16-35mm f/4G ED VR.

Photo Settings: 20mm, f/10, 1/400 second, ISO 200.

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clouds » green » landscape » mount pilatus » mountains » nature » photography » sky » swiss alps » switzerland »

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Posted By: Jay Gandhi
about 8 years ago
Another masterpiece! I especially love the green hues and the shadows on the mountain peak. Apart from the sky, this sorta reminds of mainconcept's wallpaper called "alpstein before rain" from around three years ago. Any chance you could link us to the original raw photo? After seeing your edit of your last photo, I'd like to see what you've done to this one. Thanks for the amazing upload!
Posted By: markofinsanity
about 8 years ago
Shadow-dappled hillsides. Vertical and horizontal composition.

Please stop photoshopping your pix. This one appears to have at least a couple of your signature moves: added birds and ultra-high contrast. Not as bad as the contrast in Goat at Mt. Pilatus, or the full-scale replacement of the sky (and added birds) in Rock in the Surf. It was probably a nice picture even before you PS'd it.

Your work can stand on its own! Please keep shooting!
Posted By: Brad
about 8 years ago
Great picture! I love it. Was this before or after the goat showed up?
Posted By: Jay Gandhi
about 8 years ago
Another masterpiece! Have you been to Mount Pilatus in the winter? I'm sure you could get some stunning winter shots. I was at Jungfraujoch about three years ago, and the view was staggering.

Also do you mind posting a link to the original raw photo? Your edit of goat photo was quite amazing, and I'd like to see what you've done to this one.
Posted By: Brad
about 8 years ago
This is a great picture, Robin! Was this before or after the goat showed up?
Posted By: Robin Kamp
about 7 years, 11 months ago
Hi, sorry for the late response. Thanks for your comments. It was after the goat left. I will post a link to the original photo later. @Markofinsanity, I can understand your animosity to editing photos, but when I was on Pilatus this day, it was more or less grey and clouds appeared to ruin the beautiful view so I had to highlight the raw file. Btw, "Rock in the Surf" was one of my first Photoshop attempts, so it was more or less a draft.
Posted By: Robin Kamp
about 7 years, 11 months ago
As promised, here is the link for the original file. Entirely done in photoshop raw. I posted a link for a tutorial on how to fix a ruined sky to make it look more dramatic without being too surreal. (In my opinion ;))

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