Trying to capture a perfect afternoon

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    First efforts rendering HDR images with snow were not that strong. Processed this one with an eye to the edge between snow and blue sky, backing off whenever a halo started to appear. The goal was as natural a rendition as possible.


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    Good job, it looks beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daship View Post
    Good job, it looks beautiful.
    Thanks very much and welcome to the Forum !

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    Hi KBC
    It is a breathtaking photo for sure, but I feel the sky is a little too blue. Other than that..outstanding !

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    ...but the blue does add a feel of cold and crystal clear skies...

    Nice job on the HDR, does not look overdone!
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    Nice light, kb.



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    WOW!...and all that that stands for.


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