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circlingkailas
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« on: May 03, 2013, 08:25:07 PM »
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Comments welcome, please be gentle.  This was scanned on an Epson 10000XL from the original Velvia 35mm, prepped in Photoshop.  The sky at 17K feet is that color.

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« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2013, 12:58:42 AM »
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Great atmospheric picture.  Critically, I find the porter in the foreground just a tad too near the edge of the frame.  Also, it's frustrating not being able to see his face or eyes.  I appreciate he is probably very wrapped up against the elements, but it sort of makes him anonymous as a result.  In view of that perhaps it would have worked better if he had been going the other way - up the track.  In my view that would have made a slightly better picture.

But still, it is a great shot in a fantastic remote setting and it must have been quite an adventure getting there.  You probably have a good set of images from the trip and I can imagine this one fitting in well among them.

Jim
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