|Copyright: Karan Little (hester)
|Date Taken: 2006-06-07|
|Exposure: f/2.8, 1/350 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2006-07-03 15:00|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is the view from Whistlers Mountain near Jasper. It had for stunning views over mountain ranges stretching up to 80 km away. It a clear day and the white pyramid of Mt. Robson could be seen in nearby British Columbia. Marmots could be seen grazing near the summit|
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this is stunning, the landscape is amazing. canada is somewhere I have always wanted to go to and this is exactly why. You have caught tha landscape beautifully with a wonderful comoposition, great foreground, and mid ground detail as well as the mountains and the sky.
There is some noise in the sky, I'm guessing that you have scanned the photo in, you could run a noise reduction on the sky... and possibly just drop the contrast a touch... I might have a play with a WS, but time is short for me today.
- [2006-07-03 23:00]
Another excellent Canadian landscape from your lens. A breathtaking view of this mountainous environment and vast space.
A lovely composition with splendid colours, sharp details, and the exposure was well managed.
Well done and TFS.
PS. I think Emma's workshop did justice to this beautiful photo.
I think the lower exposure can produce a better quality. TFS
Excellent capture of this magnificent landscape! I am grateful for this wonderful picture because I once dreamed to move to Vancouver BC. Very good composition and POV! The colors look bright and natural and contrast is nice! Great use of DOF! Congratulations and TFS!
This is a really nice vista and it looks like quite a place. A couple of things: this seems like harsh mid-day light, have you thought about trying it out in black and white? A little more emphasis on the foreground might have been nice, getting down low and using a rock, or better yet a marmot to provide some detail and something for the viewer to focus on in the foreground. Regardless I really like the shot and its a place I'd enjoy visiting.