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Mount Teide through archway HDR

 
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Jun 14, 2010 18:25 |  #1

Snowcapped Teide (Tenerife Island, Spain) shot through small rock archway on my way down from an early morning hike at "Lomo de Las Mesas".

5 shots merged to HDR and tone-mapped in Photomatix. Blending with original files (mostly sky) and some other adjustments made in PS.

Not entirely happy with the fringing i had to sort out on the top of the rock archway and some minor shadow ghosting due shot being handheld.

I actually shot this having my legs secured by my friend due the vertical drops on both sides, arms really stretched out to get the right angle. Couldn't even see the viewfinder.

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Jun 14, 2010 18:32 |  #2

NIcely exposed and a beautiful view!

A little halo, but the shadows are nicely lit.


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Jun 14, 2010 20:44 |  #3

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Jun 14, 2010 22:21 |  #4

Beautiful!!!!


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Jun 14, 2010 23:38 as a reply to  @ DeepWoods's post |  #5

I look at it I'm thinking "awesome" and "a little less blue in the shadows."
Very cool view. Thanks for the story of risking your life to get it.


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Jun 15, 2010 09:09 |  #6

Nice tonality - there is banding showing up in the sky and the image, as a whole, seems oversharpened, especially the scrub and rocks on the slope in the distance.

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Jun 15, 2010 09:29 |  #7

Doesn't look like a super over done HDR. I like it for that reason. The shot in general is a nice shot unlike some of the other ones used in HDR's haha


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Jun 16, 2010 07:39 |  #8

A very natural looking hdr and nicely done, but some parts appear to be over-sharpened to me such as the distant peak and the lighted areas outside the arch. I'm seeing what appears to be the beginning of halos.


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