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Great Silversnow 2008-10-08 10:13

Great shot with great exposure, although the grad filter shows up in the darkening of the tip of Huyana Picchu (did you try HDR on this one? ;)
Overall a very good framing and great Point of view that avoids most of the tourists waiting for the sunrise.
Technically challenging and artistically rendered (nice touch with the bird too), it reminds me of my own pictures in Peru last year :D

That 10-22mm lens seems very good, how are you satisfied with it so far? I'm new to DSLR with my EOS 450D, and I'm amassing a lens package one piece at a time.

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Old 11-14-2008, 12:31 PM
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Hi Bruno,
Thank you. I didn't try HDR, it takes a lot of time for me during post processing, instead I prefer using GND filters while shooting.
I purchased 10-22 when it was new on the market and I am quite satisfied with it, gives good results and dramatical views.
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I'd recommend using photomatix then, the evaluation version is free and can give pretty good results:
http://www.hdrsoft.com/download.html

And here's an interesting tutorial on HDR that got me started ;)
http://adrianwarren.com/tutorials/HDR/
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