ArmandRoby
ArmandRoby

Glaspass



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Winner in Flowers in the mountains Photo Challenge
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eelcovanroden PRO+
 
eelcovanroden August 04, 2018
Congratulations on your great
Challenge Win!
ArmandRoby
ArmandRoby August 04, 2018
Tnx!

Behind The Lens

Location
Glaspass, Tshappina, Graubunder, Switzerland. During a trip through the Swiss valleys with my trusted friend and driver Alessandro.
Time
At 10.30 AM. June, 25 2006.
Lighting
The clear lights of the morning in the mountains.
Equipment
Canon EOS 300D Digital, Canon EF 70-200mm F1:4 L USM, without flash and tripod
Inspiration
I like the contrast between the vivid colors of the flowery meadow and the intense green of the larch forest on the opposite mountain.
Editing
Just a slight touch to the "levels", using Photoshop, to fine-tune the contrast.
In my camera bag
I currently have three "little girls" so I call the cameras: For serious jobs: Canon EOS 7D Mark II; Canon EF 70-200mm f1:4 L USM (Very fast in the focus and very sharp); Canon EF 28-70mm f1:2.8 L USM (my favorite MY 2000 (!!)); Canon EF 17-40mm F1:4 L USM; Canon Speedlite 430EX (I do not like to use the flash); Giottos tripod MH-1003 (with his bag, compact and light); Lowepro Computrekker AW; Lowepro EX180 (very compact but very strong). For backup: a body Canon EOS 40D and Canon EOS 300D Digital with standard lens 18-55.
Feedback
It is not always effective in the mountains to use a wide angle lens. Sometimes, as in this case, closing the field with a telephoto lens allows you to highlight depth and differences, as in this case, between the flowery meadow, the chalet and the forest in the opposite mountain.

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