Roger Kristiansen's picture

Winter in Norway

Magic conditions in Norway these days. Who would you spend the night with here, under the stars? The image is a composite of two images taken at different time of the year to create this mood.

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Kyle Farris's picture

This is a composite, right?

Roger Kristiansen's picture

Thats correct, Kyle..

Nick B's picture

Please state in your description if it is, otherwise it's a disappointment once you learn that it is. I've seen photographers talking about composites, and they're usually all fine with it, as long as you come forward and say it's one. Please don't hide it by saying you could spend the night here under these stars =/

Edgar Moskopp's picture

totally agree! Especially in this case where the description makes it sound as if these were the conditions by the time the picture was taken

Roger Kristiansen's picture

Thank you for your feedback, Nick. Absolutely no problem for me to edit the description.. Its was never my intention to pretend this image was something else than is is.. Since i always use two, three or more exposures in my images, i just didn't remember to do it. In this case the images were taken some time apart.. It will not happen again i can assure you:) Roger

John Belknap's picture

Great photo

Roger Kristiansen's picture

Thank you very much, John😀 Appreciate it.

Mark Bucher's picture

Nicely done.

Ashley Hoff's picture

Roger... Wow thanks for sharing this. Brilliant.

Steve Kentish's picture

Nice !!

Lukas Renk's picture

Would you call it a composite as well if you you use multiple Exposures? Is it also mandatory to always state if you blended exposures?

John Toennessen's picture

Wow, it is beatiful. Being there has to be a thrill