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Low Wood Chill by Capturing-the-Light Low Wood Chill by Capturing-the-Light
Hi Everyone, this is a shot taken on the edge between Low wood and Wastwater Lake in cumbria, its one of my wife Dawns favourites so I dedicate this shot to her, and hope you enjoy it as well.

To everyone that favourites any of my work, please accept in advance my sincere thanks for doing so. For those that comment on this or any other photograph, you will always recieve a reply. Demands on my time may mean a delay on occassions in responding, but I will always reply. Thank you for visiting this page, the support of all visitors is truly appreciated. Simon
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ralphbrace Dec 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like it, beautifully framed!
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Capturing-the-Light Dec 27, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you Ralph
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:iconrezzanatakol:
Sorry Simon but it doesnt look as your work.
I think so u need to edit it again.
too much HDR killed all details.
if you dont mind I really would like to edit your original photo
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EarthHart Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Some nice looking crags there :clap:
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:iconyagamiseven:
This looks a little loney
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LDRPhotography Apr 5, 2013
A beautiful vista.:)
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da-phil Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
no offence simon, but the tonemapping in this one really sucks, can you see all those halos around the edges like the mountains in the background or the treebranches in the foreground.
i wonder how this would have came out without the excessive use of HDR tonemapping.
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Capturing-the-Light Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
None taken my friend thats for sure, all suggestions greatfully recieved as I need to learn the best techniques. Trial and error can be fun, but also backfire! thanks again. Simon :)
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da-phil Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
that's good ;)
you have to know that i'm not a big fan of HDR tonemapping (unless it's done really subtle, or even unnoticeable) and it breaks my heart when i see ruined pictures which could have came out so nice without this whole HDR abuse.
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