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Previous image but with added texture layer. The Dandenong Ranges are just outside Melbourne in Victoria, Australia.

865 views and 37 favouritings as of 23 Mar 2012.

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This image was created from multiple shots combined using CombineZP and then had filters and a texture layer added.

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34 favouritings as of 12 Jan 2012

Nikon D90 50mm Prime lens @ f2.8

Tags

autumn, dandenong ranges, gold, melbourne, photomanipulation, road, textures

Comments

  • Philip Johnson
    Philip Johnsonover 3 years ago

    A stunner Peter congrats instant fav

  • Thanks Philip. Now which do you prefer this or the previous version?

    – Peter Hammer

  • Philip Johnson
    Philip Johnsonover 3 years ago

    probably this one its a bit lighter and the colours seem more vivid

  • It’s amazing what applying a texture can do to an image and I would agree with you Philip.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Tarolino
    Tarolinoover 3 years ago

    Just fabulous. I love all these autumn colours and the framing too

  • Thanks Tarolino.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Jan Fijolek
    Jan Fijolekover 3 years ago

    Beautiful colours and composition!

  • Thanks Jan.

    – Peter Hammer

  • David Davies
    David Daviesover 3 years ago

    What an absolutely beautiful picture!

  • Thanks David for that lovely comment.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Christine  Wilson Photography
    Christine Wil...over 3 years ago

    :)) not sure which one i like better might be leaning to this one

  • Me too Christine.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Basia McAuley
    Basia McAuleyover 3 years ago

    Gorgeous! Love the splashes of brilliant colour,,, !

  • Thanks Basia.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Angela King-Jones
    Angela King-Jonesover 3 years ago

    Perfect shot with or without the texture.. What is combine ZP?

  • Thanks Ang.
    CombineZP is a program for combining multiple images taken with different focal points and creating an image with a greater depth of field. It is totally free software unlike Helicon Focus which you have to pay for. They both do focus stacking. CombineZP seems to give you far more control and does a better job in the few images I have tried it on.

    Focus stacking is really useful when taking macro shots where dof is always a problem but it can also be used like here where the light level is low and there is motion in some parts so you can use a wide aperture and faster shutter speed and take multiple images which merge to effectively create a greater dof.

    Hope that explains it.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Angela King-Jones
    Angela King-Jonesover 3 years ago

    No hablo espanol mi amigo LOL ..

    kidding it sounds like a pseudo HDr effect.. same idea any way.. off to google it :) :) Thank you!

  • Sorry if I confused you Ang :-) No it is NOT hdr as that combines images with different exposures, focus stacking combines images with different focus points.

    Same general idea in some respects as you compensate for camera limitations in software.

    – Peter Hammer

  • Tim&Paria Sauls
    Tim&Paria Saulsover 3 years ago

    This is very nice! :o)

  • Thanks Tim&Paria.

    – Peter Hammer

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