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Avenue of Clouds

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Quintessential Australian Farmlands
Edited with double Raw precessing to bring lightness and colour to foreground.. this is streets better than the old file imo
Image details
Image size
3471x2311px 7.73 MB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Shutter Speed
1/50 second
Aperture
F/13.0
Focal Length
10 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Nov 9, 2007, 4:05:06 PM
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Forfrysning's avatar
amazing depth of field with the clouds
dorocella's avatar
wow. amazing, i would like to be there.. what's camera is this ?
Draciann's avatar
Can it get anymore australian? I don't think so, this is such a fantastic photo... great shoot!
The sky is just like I remember it from my own visit to the australian outback!
Love it...:D
BirgerAR's avatar
Very nice picture....
Thrill-Seeker's avatar
Hey ;) I hope you dont mind, but i featured this photo in my newest news article about Australia. [link]
Thrill-Seeker's avatar
Hey! Great work!
I featured you in my journal - [link]
Maaveerick's avatar
Really stunning!
AdamsWife's avatar
You have been featured here - [link]
grugster's avatar
I feature this wonderful work in my journal. [link]
Hope that is okay with you. If you don't want it there please inform me and I will remove it immediately. Bye Sunny
Sun-Seeker's avatar
Thts great Thanx alot! :)
AdamsWife's avatar
I have never seen anyone as fortunate as you at find very interesting foregrounds and on top of that wonderful cloud formations.
Sun-Seeker's avatar
we'll have to scout around your area someday :D
AdamsWife's avatar
That would be a great pleasure. :-)
dwth's avatar
This photo have been featured on Thumbs of the Week 16th.:wave:
Sun-Seeker's avatar
Thanx a lot Luís :)
substar's avatar
It's absolutely excellent.

By double raw processing, your are making your own kind of HDR off of one exposure, is that right?
Sun-Seeker's avatar
Yes but it doesn't go through any tone mapping software so you optomise each shot for sky and foreground then combine them and using a mask remove the top or bottom half to reveal the layer below.
substar's avatar
Yes - exactly. I have done that previously too, with nice results. I rather like doing it this way; gives a more natural end result and not quite a 3D and obvious as some HDRs.
farcry77's avatar
Wonderful balance in this shot. Good work :nod:
Sun-Seeker's avatar
I think thats one of its strengths Thanx mate!
Lidija-Lolic's avatar
What can I say... Brilliant!
I love the colors, clear details and, most of all, depth of a picture :D
Fav!!
Sun-Seeker's avatar
Thanks Lidija I think the visual elements and the cover of clouds really take you eye into the distance on this. Glad you liked it
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