Woohoo, more feedback!
Bianchi wrote in post #17462656
Excellent idea to revisit past images as PP skills grow.
1) the tent shows how massive the Mtn is, I would consider cropping till sky is removed, or clone the Mtn, as to fill in the sky. In myho the sky is not necessary as the tent is allowing the viewer to the massiveness of the Mtn
I like this idea and tried it out below, thanks!
2) to harsh light, reshoot in better lighting, also with such shadows, I would bracket, crop to right side hits the Mtn, you will still have sky to show height.
That is kind of what I like about this image I think... (harsh light/shadows). I haven't had much practice with bracketing and blending yet... I'll have to add it to my long list of things to try out. I know it is probably a 'must learn' tool for someone who really enjoys landscape.
5) No issues, maybe better light at another time. Did you enable lens profile correction. Your trees are leaning. Additionally, other more advanced techniques may needed.
I did use the lens profile. I straightened a little (center trees) and tilted some, but the outside trees on both sides lean in.
These images depict a wonderful story of a photographer who is adventurous, and enjoys being out in nature.. One may also be inclined to think they would like to be on the Mtn with the folks in image #3 Well done !!
You got it, haha! I'm glad you mentioned wanting to be with the folks in #3... what they were doing was supposed to be in our plans as well, but almost all the snow seen here fell the week before our trip, and because this area is so popular it is very limited for camping, we were doing this in a single day (14 miles, 12 hours, 6,500 ft. elevation gain). The snow slowed us down quite a bit and we didn't get to go up any of the peaks. I was very jealous of this group who was camping and getting to go up to higher ground!
EchoShotz wrote in post #17462675
Number six is absolutely amazing. Did you use any certain filters for it or is that just one shot?
Thanks Echo - This is one shot, no filters. Honestly, two years ago, I didn't even know things like ND and CP filters existed.