The camp fire

Picture by bjosted


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  • 07 Jul
  • Canon EOS 50D
  • EF-S 18-135 3,5-5,6 IS
  • Shooting Style Hand Held
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -2,0,+2
  • Editing Software Photoshop / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes
nature outdoor larvik svartangen norway water lake

16 Comments

07 Jul 12:48
bjosted

I have had some trouble with my computer,so it is replaced with a new and stronger one. This is my first HDR on my new PC. I havent calibrated the monitor yet, so any feedback on the colors are highly appreciated. Any coments are welcomed.

07 Jul 13:05
inkslinger

Superb Bjorn. Colours look great to me...Sky is really good...

07 Jul 13:13
bjosted

Thanks , Then I am on the right track.

07 Jul 13:21
johnt

9.5.. Crisp ad clear with good sky. Excellent natural process. Could have moved camp-fire a bit right to improve rule of thirds. Good shot.

07 Jul 13:23
johnt

Didn't catch your question first try.. Colors look fine and natural on my screen.

07 Jul 14:40
rcuello

The colors look great and the process too. Maybe less contrast in the clouds, approach it as questions. The composition according to the note.

07 Jul 15:09
flipd1

Bjorn, are those trees in Norway different from the ones in America. They look bright orange and pink with black polkadots to me. The clouds look like pink cotton candy....hahahah j/k The colors look fine to me

07 Jul 17:23
bessi7

9

07 Jul 17:42
rrr

The clouds look burnt underneath to me, though that could be my monitor, colours look good.

07 Jul 18:53
karl_oparka

Excellent image. Couors look good and process also.

07 Jul 19:13
digicam

Placement or POV of the TITLE "Campfire" seems lost within the image. Processing is Super Clean....Great Post

07 Jul 20:01
arthakker

agreed

07 Jul 21:47
flipd1

The process is nice, but I find myself looking for the point of interest.

07 Jul 22:03
risotto

Superb post

07 Jul 22:08
vendenis

I like the low clouds - though in parts they are too dark

07 Jul 23:31
ohansmit

For the title I would move closer to the campfire, thus applying to the rule of thirdos , and then having more emphasis on the fire itself. Lovely scene and capture :)

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