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Early evening solitude on the Cosmiques Arete
© Paluchi, Jul 2011
Route: Cosmiques Arete
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Climbers: Matt Aki & Tony Price
Camera used: Panasonic GF1
The colour tint is horrible.
murdster - 27/Nov/11
The colour tint is lovely.
ChrisJD - 27/Nov/11
I guess if pushed, I'd prefer it without the tint, or it slightly toned down, but that aside, this is the POTW for me.A great image, good timing, good light and a lovely and balance to the composition.A proper 5*.
SeanB - 27/Nov/11
The colour tint is awful and is hiding a nicely exposed and composed photograph. Take it off and show me the colours as god made them to be seen! You might also a little crop on either side.
heist182 - 28/Nov/11
I like the drama that the tint gives, but I too would like to see the original in all its glory. Because it is not the genuine article I will not rate it, sorry.
Tornysaurus! - 29/Nov/11
Typical UKC comments then...
Great photo mate, brings back some awesome memories :)
Joegriff - 01/Dec/11
Look what was hiding underneath that pi55 coloured tint! A great photo!
murdster - 02/Dec/11
Love the light and texture. Thank you
ankyo - 04/Dec/11
What an amazing photo!
KeriV - 05/Dec/11
awesome photo!....althought i would like to see it in colour !
Dan_Murph - 07/Dec/11
Black and white or colour - no doubt this is a fantastic photo.
Pegasus4 - 09/Dec/11
Not sure what the others are talking about - this is a great photo!
AllanMac - 11/Dec/11
Magic, has a bit of an Ansell Adams feel to it, and no-one told him monochrome was crap. 5 all the way.
Scallywanderer - 14/Dec/11
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To: TOMYSAURUS.... Where are you coming from??? Not rating it because it is not the genuine article??? What's not genuine about it? This image, if it was to used for illustration in a book or news story would never be questioned as to it's 'genuineness' by a picture desk editor or the PCC!
Also, what is this 'colour tint' a few of you are refering to??? Looks like it's been through a desaturation process that exploits the inherent high contrast in the original. I certainly don't detect any colour tint in it!
TrollJester - 19/Dec/11