A "Grand View" of Bryce Canyon (But Cropped!)

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  1. KenL

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    This from a much larger view that included a lot of stormy sky. So, I cropped it to this smaller area because I liked how this shows some of the best elements that make Bryce.


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    Wow.... It's interesting. It's messing with my eyes. What did you do?
     
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    Do? Now you're messing with MY head! is there something about this vista that you can't grasp? :gah:
     
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    Very cool :thumbup: it does kind of mess with my eyes to, it looks HDRish.
     
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    It's lovely! I can see it's a HD but I swear it feels like you did something else... [​IMG]


    Hold on let me take a closer look [​IMG]
     
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    Thank you!



    Thank you!


    PS This is a single image, not multi-shot HDR.
     
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    So is it a single-shot HDR then? AKA tone mapped? People throw around "HDR" for everything.
     
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    I love the colors, its absolutely amazing!
     
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    Personally, I don't care for the tone mapping here. It just looks too "fake" and I think you loose sense of the depth of field (not technical DOF, but how far back the stuff extends). Don't know if this makes sense, but it just seems as though everything is "there" right in front of you.
     
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    You are entitled to your opinion, and my opinion
    of your opinion is that your opinion is worthless. :violin:
     
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    The nature of this forum is to get feedback on photographs. Having purely positive or purely negative feedback is never help to anyone. I gave you feedback based on my opinion of the technique you employed because I thought it would be helpful to you in the future. But thank you for your lovely reply; I have never used the "ignore" feature on this forum, but you have given me an impetus to search it out.
     
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