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Monument Valley - combined photo

Discussion in 'Landscape Photography Forum' started by Illuminous Image, Oct 12, 2017 at 11:54 PM.

  1. Illuminous Image

    Illuminous Image Active Member

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    Hello everyone. Below i attached my combined photo which i did from my last trip to Monument Valley. I did it at night and at sunset and used Mark IV.
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  2. Kevin Fox

    Kevin Fox Always on Premium Member

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    Is that the milky way. If so, wouldn't it be dark out. For this to work, I think it needs to be darken somehow. Even as a composite, it screams fake to me.
     
  3. Illuminous Image

    Illuminous Image Active Member

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    I did it brighter because it looks more interesting for me, more like in fairytale. Dark out too obvious for me
     
  4. tenchy

    tenchy Rain maker Administrator

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    looks quite surreal.
     
  5. Minor Problem

    Minor Problem Always on Premium Member

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    Im a big fan of blending different moments in time but I too think this a little too far. My goal with this sort of thing is to end up with an image that you can't possibly obtain in one shot but that looks believeable. I'd drop the sky and ground exposure to give a nice contrasty bluw black sky and a darkish ground that still retained decent detail.

    But that's only my opinion and it's your image. If you like the unreality if it then that's all that matters.
     
  6. Illuminous Image

    Illuminous Image Active Member

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    Well the point was to show unusual look of famous to. How it could be look in ideal conditions at this time. Let's say it's my vision of blue hour:)
     

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