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    Krishna Prasad Kotti Krishna Prasad kotti's Avatar
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    I made this image at Goblin Valley State Park UT. It was grey overcast day with occasional snow storm. I missed sunrise due to snow storm, had to take shelter in rest area due to head snow and could not make it sunrise.

    This mountain is in the entrance of the state park.
    I could not get any decent shots. I sort of like this mountain and photographed the same.

    I do wish to take this image again during sunrise hours with clouds hovering over the mountains (May be Wishful thinking)

    Let me know your thoughts and comments.

    Nikon D850, 24-120 f/4 Lens
    ISO 100, f/11, 1/125 sec
    Matrix Metering, Manual Mode

    Post Processing:- 12 shots sticked Panorama.
    RAW Processing using C1P

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    Hi Krishna

    Like the fact that the image is nicely isolated and its well detailed. I agree a nice backdrop sky would lift the image, i think it would make the snow stand out better. Make a composite image up to try it out..?? As it is I would look at trying a bit more mid tone contrast, maybe with a simple curves layer to make the colour pop a bit more from the BG..

    regards

    Don

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    Great choice in the pano crop Krishna, agree with Don, just needs a bit of a tweak to add some pop, Curves or a blend layer.

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    Steve

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    Agree with Don and Steve...I love the high key look to it just need a little tweaking to the rock formations

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