Forgotten where I was when I took this photo. The colour changes through the day were amazing. Her I used a polariser and maybe I did not or should not of used it.
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delic (6735) 2007-08-18 11:11
Yes, you probably didn't need the polarizer at that altitude. High-contrast scenery shows the majesty of the peaks well. Reminded me of Joe Simpson's Touching the Void. Regards,
claudio74 (7263) 2007-08-18 12:08
Beautiful scenery,I lie this tortuous glacier and this peak.Very nice picture of a beautiful mountain.
laroze (965) 2007-08-19 2:28
Very good shot,the détails of the mountain are amazing.Good composition and good light.
Have a nice day
auldal (1380) 2007-08-19 14:53
Superb shot, very striking. It's a shame compression causes blocking in the sky, but the hills look tremendous
jaywalker (16105) 2007-08-20 11:04
Hi Simon, Trully the icing on the cake & what a cake, this one would grace anyones table, brilliant contrast, beautifully sharp, the detail on the face is excellent, TFS this stunning piece of work, kind regards Wilson.
xkolba (596) 2007-08-20 13:18
You excellent shew beauty of this monumental mountain. Invoice on snow, shadows, contrasts, all is great! Almost black sky adds dangerous atmosphere, I like it.
Thanks for sharing,
capthaddock (28790) 2007-09-02 11:56
Hi Simon - I guess the polariser kept the exposure on the snow under control but the sky went a bit dark, actually the whole thing looks B&W on my monitor, majestic mountain scenery though, for a 20 year old scan the quality is superb.
stego (24132) 2007-09-13 15:02
The grandiosity of this snowed peak is breath taking and your pov makes justice to it.
It's hard to believe that you didn't use any B&W conversion here.
Indeed an impressive and achieve photo!
TFS, Regards, José
- Copyright: Simon Damant (sadeik) (3282)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 1987-06-00
- Categories: Nature
- Camera: Ricoh KR-10, Tamron 24-70mm, Kodachrome 64
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): The ones you like, Mountains, Pre-digital I [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2007-08-18 10:26