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Aug 04, 2010 19:13 |  #1

rants and raves welcome :)

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Aug 04, 2010 19:14 |  #2

wow!! that is lovely... would have loved a little more detail on the mountains though if it were possible...


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Aug 04, 2010 19:21 |  #3

I agree! and I was thinking the same thing too before while on the boat but it was moving fast and I only had a few seconds to take the shot the way I want it.




  
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Aug 04, 2010 21:50 |  #4

I like! To me it resembles a computer-generated landscape, which in this case is oddly appealing.




  
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Aug 04, 2010 21:53 |  #5

If taken in RAW, the details in the mountains should be salvageable. Nice shot BTW.


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Aug 04, 2010 22:17 |  #6

nüborn wrote in post #10664071 (external link)
If taken in RAW, the details in the mountains should be salvageable. Nice shot BTW.

I doubt the right side under the sun is.. its too dark.


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Aug 04, 2010 22:35 |  #7

Sweet!


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Aug 05, 2010 14:36 |  #8

If you shot in raw, then you should be able to blend a better exposure in photooshop. I really like the view but just needs a little more shadow detail on the water meets mountain region


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Aug 05, 2010 17:10 |  #9

This is one of those times that I wish i could see it in HDR. Might bring out more detail in the mountains. Lovely, nonetheless. Where is this? New Zealand?


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Aug 06, 2010 15:35 as a reply to  @ Scottdog129's post |  #10

Wow - Mitre Peak (Milford Sound, NZ) with a snow cap, and without clouds/fog - it does happen!

I agree about the mountains just need a little more detail in them.

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Aug 06, 2010 15:46 |  #11

nice shot but i agree the mountains need more detail




  
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Aug 07, 2010 04:27 |  #12

colourblindphotographe​r wrote in post #10663246 (external link)
rants and raves welcome :)

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Amazing. I cant do better than this.


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