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Morning Glow On Back Of Half Dome.jpg (Up To 30" x 45")

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Yves Rubin22-Feb-2009 00:32
Beautifully done! V
Roman Johnston29-Feb-2008 20:16
Thanks Marco,

For my NEF (I only shoot RAW) I like to use CaptureNX. It is the ONLY software that seems to read everything I carefully dial into my camera. I putput to TIFF, and open in photoshop for some minute curves and thats about it.

I have tried lightzone, but it seems to get a bit in my way, or I am just not in the right mindset to use it, but looking like Capture will be my tool of choice.

Never heard of the Re-light tool.....will google it and see what your talking about.

Thanks again!!!

regi olbrechts14-Dec-2007 07:47
Superb atmosphere Roman. Brilliant.
unics 24-Jul-2007 06:33
Classic view.
This photo is invited to, a index of www cool photos.
Tim van Woensel07-May-2007 17:23
Just look at details, the light, the sharpness. Just amazing.
Roman Johnston30-Aug-2006 14:05
Thanks everyone....I was worried on this visit with all the fires in the area (controlled burns) and actually found the light to be quit diffrent but not bad because of it. Clarity was the only thing that was lacking.
Guest 25-Aug-2006 07:28
Majestic capture!
Tom Heim10-Mar-2006 14:44
Beautiful light and tone and such grandeur!
m2aus14-Feb-2006 18:17
awesome colours. Absolultely stunning!
Guest 10-Feb-2006 02:27
Great light... Reserved yet perfectly underlying the composed nature of the monolith...
Guest 01-Feb-2006 01:45
this is absolutely lovely!! very delicate, heavenly light-