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Old May 31, 2012, 3:33 PM   #1
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Old May 31, 2012, 3:34 PM   #2
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Torgny my friend

What beautiful images you are sharing with us. This scene makes me feel like I am right there... which is what a great landscape photo should be, in my opinion.

The exposure is just so 'spot on' - and the dynamic range complements the image (is it HDR or 'shadows / highlight' adjusted?) I really appreciate the colours in the grass, background and sky/clouds.

May I suggest you submit this (or similar) in the Biweekly challenge section of Steve's forums?

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Really nice color, contrast, and composition of those shots.
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Old Jun 19, 2012, 8:25 PM   #5
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Really nice color, contrast, and composition of those shots.

Thank you, Steven, for viewing and the comments. Much appreciated

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Torgny my friend

What beautiful images you are sharing with us. This scene makes me feel like I am right there... which is what a great landscape photo should be, in my opinion.

The exposure is just so 'spot on' - and the dynamic range complements the image (is it HDR or 'shadows / highlight' adjusted?) I really appreciate the colours in the grass, background and sky/clouds.

May I suggest you submit this (or similar) in the Biweekly challenge section of Steve's forums?

Thanks. Regards from Australia.

Paul

Paul,

Yes you're right. I use the shadows/highlight sliders in Photoshop when needed but I am ready to sacrifice lots of card memory to get a single decent exposure right out of camera

The concept HDR is meaningless, I think. Wether a concept has a meaning or not is easily tested by confronting it with it's opposite, ie LDR (low dynamic range)

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