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Canyon of the Druise Fall.

[Vercors - FRANCE]
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A wave of clouds is sliding at sunset.

[Vercors - FRANCE]
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Unforgettable light in the Malatra's Forest

[Vercors - FRANCE]
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Always mount Matterhorn and the water of the Lake Stellisee.

[Valais - SWITZERLAND]
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Rainforest - beautiful, lush, dank, dreamy, fantastical, all those things. The morning, sun starting to break through, illuminating this canyon deep in the forest. Capture the experience!
I used a technique here, I call my 'condensation method'. I blew a layer of fog onto my lens four seconds into a six second exposure. This creates a soft halo around the highlights without sacrificing sharpness. It is an in-camera trick that works well in light such as this. It is similar to some variations of the photoshop 'Orton' effect. For me, it enhances the mood.
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©2008 Alexander Nail. Do not use this image in any fashion without my prior permission

Sunrays though mist at a coniferous plantation near Burrator Resevoir in Devon, England.
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The Ray-Pic volcanic fall...

[Ardèche - FRANCE]
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[Ambel - FRANCE]
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[National Park of Les Ecrins - FRANCE]
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©2008 Alexander Nail. Do not use this image in any fashion without my prior permission

This shot was taken trespassing in a farmers feild. I do this probably more than I should in order to get the shot that I want, but I try to avoid it if there are livestock around. I spent the night before camping on the moor and it was a bit disappointing because the sunset and sunrise themselves were a letdown.

There was a thin mist in the air which made these wonderful sunrays just about an hour after sunrise.

The composition mostly involved moving my head everywhere around the trees shadow to find the point at which the rays were at their strongest. I then sorted out the framing of the image, and later cropped to reduce the impact of the trees you see to the top left and right.

The processing involved contrast adjustments (primarily to cut through the flare around the edge of the tree but also to slightly enhance the rays) as well as exposure blending to recover some of the lost highlights to the right of the image
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