I need to ask. How do you keep the mountains in the distance from becoming blue and hazy and losing their detail? Ive tried to use a high aperture to preserve the details but they still turn out blue and it's very frusterating. Any advice?
Hi Cassie, my pictures are HDR made of 5 differently exposed photos. The sky and the mountain are not from the same picture. It will be hard with your camera to do exposure bracketing cause it is the only one that can´t do it automatically(don´t ask me why..). You can put your camera on a tripod and do it manually or you try different whitebalance setting for your picture, using the live view.
Wow. I love how real your pictures are. I feel like I'm standing within them, as if I can see the landscape myself and not just a photo of it. One of the things I absolutely love about your photographs is the authenticity of them, how it doesn't seem like they are all filtered and destroyed with editing.
I've noticed something today... Over the past year, I've been using solely your work as wallpaper for my PC. Just shows the quality of your work. Actually, I'm 17 and having to make my way through life at the moment, choosing my career, I'm in science but... You make me want to be a photograph like you.
Hey there, I´m glad you like my pictures. Maybe it is disappointing for you that I´m not a photographer and I´m using quite simple equipment. It is Mother Nature that´s the real artist, you just need to open your eyes. Science is not a bad choice, but always keep your camera near!
Stunning! Wonderful warm autumn colours on the left and the cold winter colours on the left. It's such a contrast! Also the reflection of the mountain in the water adds to the serenity of this scene.
Maybe you did this intentionally, but there's some sun flare in the upper right corner and lower right bottom and a circle in the middle. It's not too massively distraction though and it adds to the harsh sunlight that you get this time of year.
Hey there, thank you for your comment! I left the sunflares in the picture because they show the position of the sun, together with the shadows. You can hardly void those flares when using a wideangle lens, so it´s better to live with it.
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