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April 16, 2012
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NIKON D90
Shutter Speed
1111/100000 second
Aperture
F/11.0
Focal Length
13 mm
ISO Speed
200
Date Taken
Aug 4, 2011, 6:20:10 PM
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Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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The classic Garibaldi Lake view.

Location: Garibaldi Lake, Garibaldi Provincial Park, Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment: Nikon D90 + Tokina 11-16mm + Tiffen Polarizer.
Processing: Photomatix Pro 4.1 and Photoshop CS5 from 3 RAW exposures.
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:iconkoopa90:
Koopa90 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
This artwork piece has been featured in my Canada Day Weekend Feature Journal entry.
You can see your work here: [link]
:flagcanada: * Happy 'up and coming' Canada Day Weekend * :flagcanada:
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:iconcatelee2u:
catelee2u Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Very beautiful!!
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:iconthedirtyknapkin:
thedirtyknapkin Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
this is pretty good, but it would've been a lot better had you used a uv filter

the fogginess of the mountains is the only thing preventing from looking perfect
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:iconivanandreevich:
IvanAndreevich Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Professional Photographer
LOL what? UV light is invisible, a UV filter has no effect on the image.
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:iconthedirtyknapkin:
thedirtyknapkin Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
go look up uv haze filter

or if your too lazy here's a link


[link]
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:iconivanandreevich:
IvanAndreevich Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Professional Photographer
Now you add the word haze to uv? LOL.

Not only do I have a UV, Haze, and Skylight filters of all sorts but I can easily remove that in post-processing.
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:iconthedirtyknapkin:
thedirtyknapkin Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
then why didn't you?

it really kills the image...
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:iconivanandreevich:
IvanAndreevich Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Professional Photographer
Because I disagree with your opinion that it "really kills the image".
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:iconthedirtyknapkin:
thedirtyknapkin Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
ok then disagree,
don't tell me i i don't know what im talking about, and laugh in my face...

a uv filter is the same thing as a uv haze filter, and it would have eliminated this

but if you think the haze adds to the image so be it, i just think it would've been much cooler if it wasn't there

either way it's a good image
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:iconivanandreevich:
IvanAndreevich Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2012  Professional Photographer
Ultraviolet light is invisible. A UV filter does absolutely nothing to the image - [link]
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