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Lake Isabelle Glow by yenom Lake Isabelle Glow by yenom
My friend and I decided to head up to Lake Isabelle in Indian Peaks Wilderness early back in June. We hit the trail at 4AM and didn't arrive to the lake until around 5:20. The sunrise was alright but the mirror effect on the lake was fantastic! Everytime I've been to the lake it was always windy, I was happy that it turned out to be different on this morning. I can't wait until next year!
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2008   Photographer
Featured [link] :)
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TaGiRoCkS Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
beautiful
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Nadia1956 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2008
It pays off to play the role of the early bird :lol:
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2008   Photographer
Which technique have you used for blending?
I'm just experementing with that..

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yenom Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
I primarily double process a RAW file (one for darks and one for lights) and manually merge them in photoshop. I also sometimes do two different exposures while out in the field and merge them later. I have been messing around with photomatix but still prefer one of the first two. If you would like to know more just ask. :)
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2008   Photographer
Ok so you generally do it the same way as I do. But how exactly do you merge them (in Photoshop)?
Thanks for your info ;)
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yenom Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Yep... photoshop and layers :) pretty simple...which is fast
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2008   Photographer
So you use this method with gaussian blur and that stuff?
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yenom Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
ummm no not really. I basically just do curves or levels in photoshop.
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2008   Photographer
Yeah of course..the "gaussian blur" thing was referring to the method of blending them in Photoshop. The thing is that I am looking for an appropriate way to blend the two exposures in Photoshop. The're are certain techniques and one of them also involves gaussian blur. I just wanted to know how you blend the two exposures in Photoshop. :)
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yenom Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh gotcha! Never heard of the method with the blur.. maybe ill look into it :)
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TRBPhotographyLLC Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008  Professional Photographer
Beautiful image!!
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PictureElement Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008   Photographer
One of your best works! A great symmetrical composition with lots of elements and mountain light at its best! :clap:
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bada Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2008
Impressive view! Excellent capture!

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kennedmh Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Killer shot Michael!
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cabaretdancepunk Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008
:wow: Great photo! :)
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MatthiasHaltenhof Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
beautiful! did you use any filters?
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yenom Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
No filters used...I did a digital blend of two shots.
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chewygummies Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008  Student Photographer
Absolutely breathtaking.
And nice colours too!
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steelangel Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008
beautiful shot - love the lighting, colors and reflections. a really nice setting !
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M4r91 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2008
Very nice. I loved ;P
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