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Through My Window

By Subhashsapru  
This image was made in 2007 using Nikon D80 and lens 18-135 mm

Tags: Landscape Mountain Landscape and travel

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Tournisol 8 1 United Kingdom
18 May 2012 8:03AM
Well what a view!
Captured nicely.

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18 May 2012 11:18AM
Thanks a lot Mr Frank for your valuable suggestions.
18 May 2012 11:40AM
Mr Sapru, I welcome to ephotozine as an new e2 member. Superb landscape. A strip of dark clouds on the top of the frame and a strip dark shadows just below the beautiful peak is definitively adding to the beauty of the picture. Yes. I agree with Mr Frank the Peak could have been composed to either side of the frame. I am uploading the modification. Its just my opinion. Regards. Deep
18 May 2012 12:16PM
Thanks Bhatia ji. I have always appreciated your suggestions.
ams99 Junior Member 5 65 9 England
18 May 2012 1:02PM
That's a pleasing image improved further by Mr Frank's modification.
Trev_B 9 151 68 England
18 May 2012 8:04PM
Hi Subhash... a lovely shot, I agree with Frank and feel the mountain peak works well on the thirds intersection, also I think that the snow should be white so I have used the Remove Colour Cast tool to set the white balance.

Hope this helps.

Thanks a lot Mr Trev. I appreciate your valuable suggestion.
SueEley 10 279 96 Wales
19 May 2012 5:51PM
The main issue I have with this lovely moutain picture is addressed in alll the mods - it is a bit flat - possibly a tiny bit underexposed, and certainly lacking contrast. This can easily be fixed in most prost processing programs.
Thanks SueEley
paulbroad 9 116 1064 United Kingdom
19 May 2012 6:30PM
This is a good shot of it's type, but would benefit from an off centre composition and just a touch of increased contrast to lift the snow.


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