The Carinthian Alpes in Sepia

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  1. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Not sure if the conversion and treatment works!?!

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    The original is a very normal colour photo (digital).
     
  2. Dagwood56

    Dagwood56 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like this. I think its a beautiful scene and one that works quite well in B&W. Great job - as always.
     
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    Works for me :thumbup:

    I like the light.
     
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    it also works for me
     
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    I like the toning very much.
    I might consider bumping up the mid-tones slightly to help bring out a bit more detail in the lower slope/tree areas.
    Very nice image.
     
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    one of the best recent shots i saw for you lafoto!
    but i agree with sympL, the trees at the lower part are losing some details...
    but i still think it's a great photo!
     
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    I like it
    on a calibrated screen the trees are not too dark , I can see everywhere details
    the only small thing disturbing for me is the Gaussian-blur on the mountain
     
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    I love this pic! Looks pretty perfect to me! Great job! :thumbup:
     
  9. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Erick, the "Gaussian Blur" might either be clouds (which I think they are) and/or the defect of my Sigma lens, inside which a glass has become loose, so some photos show partial blurriness, and some don't. I'm so sad to see the second Sigma develop this lens disease, but it WAS cheap when I bought it, so maybe this is the price I have to pay now... :(
     
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    Cooool. The conversion and the treatment sweets just perfect. well done
     

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