Posted by
Albert (Sweden, living in Mechelen, Belgium) on 1 September 2009 in Plant & Nature.

Hägghult, South of Sweden

Canon EOS 40D 1/2 second F/25.0 ISO 200 22 mm

Shahryar from Isfahan, Iran

Great shot :)

1 Sep 2009 12:56pm

Bishop from Houston, United States

Nice HDR. I've tried experimenting in the technique myself but for some reason I never get an acceptable result!

1 Sep 2009 1:20pm

@Bishop: Thanks Bishop! Yeah, it is not easy especially in the beginning, and I still sit an hour/hdr or more for the post-processing (choosing exposures and the correct settings). Since I started to use photomatix pro my life become easier.

Food from Las Cruces, NM, United States

This is cool, but might be cooler a little darker to give more of a spooky effect.

1 Sep 2009 1:32pm

@Food: Thanks Food! I understand completely what you mean and I like the idea. I maybe have one more forest coming up during the week, maybe I try it on that one.

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Great one Albert, I love the detail in it. Is this multiple exposures or one RAW?

1 Sep 2009 2:21pm

@Ralph Jones: Thanks Ralph! It is multiple exposure. 5 photos.

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Great shot . Beautiful tones and details :)

1 Sep 2009 2:22pm

DaveB from Exeter, United Kingdom

Interesting processing in this one! A HDR shot?

1 Sep 2009 2:37pm

@DaveB: Thanks for the comment Dave! Yes, HDR.

vahid from tehran, Iran

fantastic shot

1 Sep 2009 5:55pm

hugo poon from hong kong, Hong Kong

Wonderful atmosphere you've captured... fascinating details and beautiful tonality!

1 Sep 2009 11:38pm

LCImagery from Oregon, United States

Excellent tones and detail!, beautiful..

2 Sep 2009 3:16am

Zing from Hamilton, New Zealand

Beautiful landscape, nice colours!

5 Sep 2009 4:46am

Lluis from Japan

this one may be my favourite! I had the feeling it jumps out from the screen! nice to see you keep on with this. Love it!

11 Sep 2009 5:17am

@Lluis: Lluis!!! Nice to see you here! Thanks for the comment! Regards, Albert

Canon EOS 40D
1/2 second
ISO 200
22 mm