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Midi Plan Traverse
© tscoobydoo, Jul 2009
Route: Midi Plan traverse
Camera used: Nikon D60
5*VOTING: number of votes 81

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Cracking atmospheric photo!!
dek - 15/Jul/09
The heavy border just kills this beautiful image as it is so dominant.
Sean Kelly - 15/Jul/09
Can you explain the process to get the contrast/light? I really like the effect!
Mr Lopez - 16/Jul/09
cant explain mate, just took the photo early morning after spending a long night in the midi station, used my nikon d60 and had the settings on auto, I also done a quick photo fix on paint shop, quite new to the photo taking so still learning.
Tommy
tscoobydoo - 16/Jul/09
I agree with Sean about the border being too strong. Still a clear 5 and the most striking picture I've seen on here for a while, well done. Is this a colour photo?
Dan Arkle - 17/Jul/09
Yes it is a colour photo, I will play with the border and re-submit it again, Thankyou for your comments
tscoobydoo - 17/Jul/09
Tommy, great photo. I agree with Sean re the border but still a 5 !
robdan - 17/Jul/09
Very powerful image and good timing with the people in the context. I like the border though. What did you tone in Paint Shop?
jamestheyip - 19/Jul/09
Sorry I mean what did you tune in Paint Shop?
jamestheyip - 19/Jul/09
I dislike borders on photos to the point which I wont bother giving a rating but, I have to give this a 5* as it`s such a powerful image which says all about mountaineering in the Alps
mr mills - 19/Jul/09
oustanding, wonderful photo...
Dr Avid - 20/Jul/09
absolutely stunning, what a view.
Dan_Carroll - 21/Jul/09
Quite amazing, wish I'd taken that, wow!
blackpoolrock - 23/Jul/09
This is a lovely pic. Well done.
Would it be possible to upload a higher resolution pic as I'd really like to have this as my desktop background. Ideally a resolution bigger than 1600*1200. I'd happily host a couple of high res shots for people to download as desktops on my web server.
mattrm - 31/Jul/09
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