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Half Dome

By TheShipsMast
A photo of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. Taken from one of the meadows at the valley floor, straight out the camera apart from the slightly tighter crop and the border of course Smile

C&C's very welcome..

Tags: Yosemite Half dome Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature

Voters: RAUL, owen1973, ashley and 14 more


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Comments


exposure 12 3.7k England
14 Oct 2008 8:27PM
Beautiful a lovely perspective light tones and detail and a beautiful composition.
Pauline.

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SugarDJ 8 1 England
14 Oct 2008 8:28PM
Great composition, the log in the foreground works perfectly.

David
14 Oct 2008 8:34PM
Like the way the log helps to frame the shot form the fg
jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
14 Oct 2008 9:25PM
Beautiful landscape !
John
DOGSBODY 8 1.4k 30 England
14 Oct 2008 10:06PM
Lovely landscape which needs a bit more oomph. Andy
14 Oct 2008 11:17PM
to visit Yosemite is one of my dreams...
scenery very impressive, could use some tonal corrections
Bruce
TheShipsMast 10 24 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2008 6:43PM

Quote:To visit Yosemite is one of my dreams...
scenery very impressive, could use some tonal corrections
Bruce



Thanks for the comments, it is simply a stunning place to go.. however long you plan on going, add 3 days on top!

Can you explain a little more what you mean by tonal corrections for us numpties out here Smile

Ta.
19 Oct 2008 8:59PM
Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier
I mostly meant enhancing the overall contrast
and perhaps - depending on your expertise - also trying
to bring out the clouds a bit Smile
Bruce
TheShipsMast 10 24 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2008 10:43AM

Quote:Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier
I mostly meant enhancing the overall contrast
and perhaps - depending on your expertise - also trying
to bring out the clouds a bit
Bruce



Thanks Bruce. I have replied on the other photo. It seems my laptop screen at home is a lot brighter than the one here at work. The colours do seem more vibrant at home, and the picture is a lot brighter. Not sure what I can do to counteract this tho :/
20 Oct 2008 3:48PM
Have you looked at the calibration stripe at the bottom of the page?
I can see all the squares clearly on it, you might want to compare
how you see this stripe on the different monitors you view photos on Smile
Bruce

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