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Great robertosalguero 2008-07-11 1:49

Hi Nelu,

This is very pretty but I do prefer a previous image you posted of this lakes. Having climbed so many mountains I understand how difficult light become the higher you move up. This pro fotographer from Calgary and I agree that the best place to get excellent pictures is usually halfway up a mountain because you avoid all or most of the haze evident from the summit. Nice angle to capture the water and clouds Nelu. Thanks :-)

Roberto

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Old 07-11-2008, 02:19 PM
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Default To robertosalguero: You are perfectly right,Roberto.

I have the problem you mentioned with the photos I took from the top of the mountain,especially the ones facing East or South.The light was impossible and I have really hard time to fix them.
Just for the heck of it, I might post one of them,when I`m done. I think they would make a good subject for a Photoshop advanced class:)
The problem was that I took those photos around noon, at 11:30,I believe,the worse moment possible and the weather was getting cloudier.
I also agree that the Upper Lake looked more beautiful but hey, you can`t have them all!:)
Cheers:)
Nelu
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