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Slight Light 'updated' by PictureElement Slight Light 'updated' by PictureElement
Villnöss/Funes Valley, Dolomites, Alps, Italy

"Geislerspitzen/Le Odle"

Summer in the mountains. Fresh grass and some yellow dots of wild flowers...


Nikon D50
DX 18-55mm
GND 0.9
f22






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serel Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
This is a wonderful photo. I very much like the composition, and the contrast between the vivid green and the soft light of the sky and mountains.

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PictureElement Featured By Owner May 8, 2010   Photographer
thanks a lot mate!!
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dwth Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2009  Student Artist
This photo have been featured on Thumbs of the Week 58th .:wave:
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AndyMumford Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009
A lovely scene...always loved this shot
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2009   Photographer
Thank you mate :)
It's more natural now. The older version was too manipulated.
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Pyl Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009
Oniric!
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2009   Photographer
what? :O_o:
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Pyl Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2009
Sorry, I don't speak English! :blushes:
Onirique = beautiful, like a dream, I think! :O (Sorry sorry sorry!)
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2009   Photographer
Haha never mind! :)
Thanks a lot
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TaGiRoCkS Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
lovely photo
I love the mountains in the background
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009   Photographer
Thank you!
Oh I love them too. One of the most beautiful mountain formations I know!
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tineoidea Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2009
somehow this looks totally surreal.
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009   Photographer
why that?
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tineoidea Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2009
Ah ich vergaß wieder, es geht ja auch auf deutsch :aww:

Ich finde das kommt v.a. durch die Berge, da sie so schmal und dichtgedrängt sind und irgendwie ausschauen, als würden sie da gar nicht recht hineingehören. Vielleicht auch da sie leicht dunstig wirken. Aber nicht falsch verstehen - daher wirkt das Bild sehr interessant.

Allerdings bin ich Gebirgsanblicke auch nicht so gewohnt ;)
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2009   Photographer
Ja das geht hervorragend :)

Die Bergkette ist besonders markant, dadurch dass ungefähr fünf recht hohe Gipfel dicht gedrängt nebeneinander stehen. In der Tat bewirkt das Morgenlicht so einen leichten Dunst der die Berge etwas aus dem Gesamtrahmen hebt.
Dunstiges Morgenlicht in den Bergen hat immer etwas magisches, obwohl das noch nicht einmal besonders stark ist hier.
Dann wird es Zeit dich dran zu gewöhnen :)
Demnächst werden so einige Gebirgsanblicke kommen. Hauptsächlich mit diesem Bergmassiv!

Vielen Dank
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TRBPhotographyLLC Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2008  Professional Photographer
Outstanding!!
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2008   Photographer
Thank you!!
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2008  Professional Photographer
Is the ND8 grad a 3 stop?
Nice shot by the way :)
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2008   Photographer
Thanks a lot!
Yes it is. I used a Cokin P121S which is has 3-stop soft gradient.
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WendyW Featured By Owner May 13, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
That is a really beautiful view.
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PictureElement Featured By Owner May 14, 2008   Photographer
thank you!!
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LemnosExplorer Featured By Owner May 12, 2008  Professional Artist
:worship:
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PictureElement Featured By Owner May 12, 2008   Photographer
:) thanks
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mudwrestler Featured By Owner May 10, 2008
you take fantastic images. Just curious though, if you're using an ND Grad, how do you then meter for your shot? Do you just meter for the foreground?:)
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PictureElement Featured By Owner May 10, 2008   Photographer
Thanks a lot. Yes, I normally use spot metering and look for anything that has the on which the camera is calibrated. It's an grey more or less like asphalt. Then I decide to under- or overexposure...
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mudwrestler Featured By Owner May 10, 2008
Thanks for the tips! Appreciate it a lot!:)
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PictureElement Featured By Owner May 10, 2008   Photographer
My pleasure!!
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kimonokraken Featured By Owner May 9, 2008
This is amazing.
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PictureElement Featured By Owner May 9, 2008   Photographer
Thank you!
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SiberianClover Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2008   Photographer
I love all of the different settings in this photo, the flowers, the trees, and the mountains. Each of which are beautiful!
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DimensionSeven Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2007
nice one, but even at this small size i can see nasty chromatic aberrations in the corners. Why don't you remove them from the NEF file during the conversion?
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2008   Photographer
Thank you. Sry for the very late reply. Just got back from Spain. How do I do that?
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DimensionSeven Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2008
You'll need a RAW converter, preferably Capture NX. (Adobe camera raw or any other will do, but don't expect acurate color and exposure results from them, only Nikon's softwares can handle NEF files correctly).
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2008   Photographer
A well. thank you for the tip, unfortunately don't have the Capture NX.
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Neutron2K Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2007
incredible shot! I really love this one!
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WaitingForTheWorms Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2007
:aww: This is such an amazing shot I've chosen to feature it in my journal . Well Done! :clap: :clap:
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2007   Photographer
Thank you so much! :bow:
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acutely Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2007   Photographer
The lighting is magical, great capture! :clap:
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2007   Photographer
Thank you! :)
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velvet-eyes Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
You have an eye for good compositions. Your landscapes are so gorgeous :clap:
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2007   Photographer
:hug:
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otep Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2007
i like this one slightly better both incredible nonetheless :D
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2007   Photographer
Thank you!!
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AndyMumford Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2007
Great shot
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2007   Photographer
:hug:
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TearsAndThunder Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2007
Wow! I really need to go on holiday to a place like that. Simply stunning. I think the narrow black frames are a much better compliment to your images than the wide white. The black sets off the color more. Nice going!!
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2007   Photographer
:hug: Thanks a lot. The Dolomites are a wonderfull and soo manifold place!
Exactly. The black frame intensifies the colors better without being obtrusive which is the problem with large frames.
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TearsAndThunder Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2007
Coincidentally, I started using the thin black frame right about the time you did. =) I was wondering in fact, how many pixels wide your frames are? I just started using PSP, and found 30 pixels wide looks pretty sharp.
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2007   Photographer
I use 100px. But stands in proportion with the size of the image! I've got 3008x2000 px images. :)
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TearsAndThunder Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2007
Oooooooh! Do you resize them when you upload them?
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