I am pleased to show you my actual photo today which I shot during my last visit to the rolling hills in the Hirzel region.
Previously, the weather was not always perfect and when it was, I had no time. Thus, the idea of this highkeyphoto emerged. Unfortunately it was very foggy on this day and the hill with the big tree on top did not really want to show up.
And now you can see a photo for which I waited about 5-6 hours to get it! Sometimes you have to be patient...
How do you like it?
Let me know in the comments!
Camera: Canon 200D
Aperture: F 8
Shutter: 1/640 sec
Filters: Soft GDN 0.9
Postprocessing: Luminar 3 by Skylum
Thank you very much for rating this image with 4 stars! Very appreciated! 🙌🏼😊
Well, let me give you five stars, Manuel! This is a wonderful image for me. I love the high-key and sparse nature of it. "Minimalist" doesn't somehow do it justice, as it's rich in subtle detail, like that line in the snow leading up to the tree..Apart from the cold, it looks as if it might have been an enjoyable few hours until it came together at such a beautiful location. Well dione!
Thanks a lot for your wonderful compliment, Chris!! Much appreciated!