- SunToucher (11162)
- [2006-10-19 4:06]
This is really a spectacular view and such great quality considering that it was scanned. On my monitor the exposure looks perfect, with still good texture and details in both snow and rock. The jagged shapes of the rock are really interesting.
About the suggestion on getting an more even exposure. In front of the camera, you can work with different filters such a polarizer or a grad filter. Also meeting the mid tone will help. In your post processing work, you can work with layers and masks. Creating different layers of exposure and masking the parts you do not need. A little dodge and burn might help as well. I hope this will help.
- massougareux (834)
- [2006-10-19 4:27]
magnifico paesaggio di alta montagna, molto buona luminosità.
Je vois que tu aimes aussi beaucoup la montagne.
Ces montagnes d'Argentine ont des formes quelque peu différentes des nôtres. Image très lumineuse de ces sommets glacés.
Often one can retreive details in the over bright area. You do have some burnout here so there isn't a lot to be done in pp. There does seem to be a slight magenta cast to this shot. Is that a characteristic of the film you were using? It is still a very striking image. Those are some jagged peaks!
Evelynn : )
- Isu (1663)
- [2006-10-28 19:59]
Saludos Enrico, imprecionante vista, perfecta toma ybonito color. Sira
- TAZ (10926)
- [2006-12-01 8:44]
You seems to be a great traveller and strong climber. You ofter us a lot of pleasure for eyes with your superb shots of mountains. Sharpness is good and colors are vivid.
Well seen and well done.
- eserrano (296)
- [2007-10-19 8:29]
Majestic view with excellent handling of light and colors. Congratulations!