Kiss of the Last Light

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Nikon D70 Focal Length: 19mm Optimize Image: Custom Color Mode: Mode IIIa (sRGB) Noise Reduction: OFF 2005/05/29 21:01:12 Exposure Mode: Aperture Priority White Balance: Auto -2 Tone Comp: User-Defined Custom Curve RAW (12-bit) Lossless Metering Mode: Multi-Pattern AF Mode: AF-S Hue Adjustment: 0° Image Size: Large (3008 x 2000) 1/30 sec - F/14 Flash Sync Mode: Not Attached Saturation: Moderate Exposure Comp.: -1.0 EV Sharpening: Low Lens: 12-24mm F/4 G Sensitivity: ISO 200 Image

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Very nice picture - I especially do like the red / orange glow on the mountains.

Excellent.

Thanks for sharing.
 
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Interesting title, Shahed. It certainly captures the imagination! I like your image, but the supersaturated look may be a bit too much for some viewers. It's very stylized. People will either love it or hate it!

Virginia
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beaucamera said:
Interesting title, Shahed. It certainly captures the imagination! I like your image, but the supersaturated look may be a bit too much for some viewers. It's very stylized. People will either love it or hate it!

Virginia
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Hi Virginia,
Thank for your comment. My goal of yesterdays outing was to get a picture like this one. So I scouted out a place than setup my tripod and waited for the right timing.
As the light started to defuse, and was only hitting the peaks, I started to shoot.
I didn’t add any extra saturation, just my normal landscape post-processing; I bumped up the saturation +5 is PS.
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Just perfect. Just perfect. The curve leading to the mountains, gorgeous light in the hills, reflections half way to hold interest, just enough rock to hold your attention up close. To make this an even more awesome shot, all you needed was a bunch of wild flowers by the rock.

Shahed - you get light. Bravo.

anand
 
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This is an extraordinary shot.

Did you know some people actually spend thousand$ and thousand$ in travel only to find landscapes such as this one? And since you cannot buy a magic moment, I think you've got master shot.
 
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Bohdan said:
Great composition - wonderful capture.. I personally like what you've don in post processing.

This wasn't blended was it?

Bohdan

Thanks Bohdan. This is from one single shot. I had to use shadow/highlight to bring up the foreground detail. :lol:
 
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