Summer morn 3.

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Ben Egbert, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. Ben Egbert

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    This is actually the first from this location that morning. This was a few minuted after sunrise when the clouds were lit but the mountain was in shade. The other images were taken 1/2 hour later when the sun finally climbed above the horizon clouds in the east.

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    I like this one best of all so far - the light brings out more color in the vegetation and at least for my eyes a more pleasing light on the peaks.
     
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    Thanks Alan, I was thinking of offering this and one of the others for this weeks lets play. The object would be to do a blend to get clouds and mountain glow into one image. Whatcha think? Sounds like you prefer it without the glow.
     
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    I would want to keep the glow low key if I tried such a blend so the sky colors would be prominent.
     
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    Hey Ben, i likes the peaks being lit up in the other 2 shots, generally it’s hard to be a lit up peak. But in this case the clouds here are a lot better then in the previous 2 even though the peaks are not lit.
     
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    I think a very light blend job would give a little more illumination to the peaks than we see here but not enough for direct sunlight. Direct sunlight might look a little odd with the light that can be seen in the rest of the scene.
     
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    Thanks I will chose a different subject I have plenty
     

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