Photoblog of Julien Roumagnac - Photos of Montreal, Quebec, Canada // Photoblog de Julien Roumagnac - Photos de Montréal, Québec, Canada

Marais - Swamp (L´ile Bizard)
Camera:
Focal:
Aperture:
Exposure:
Exposure Bias:
Sensitivity:
Flash:
Date:
Time:
Lens:
Tripod:
Special:
NIKON D200
90 mm
f 8
1/20s
-0.66 EV
Iso 320
No
2006.10.08
17:26
Nikon AF-S 18-200mm
No

Move your mouse out of the photo to hide this panel
Click on the picture to see the previous one
Remember you can use F11
Close / Fermer

Marais - Swamp (L´ile Bizard)

Celà fait au moins 50 fois que j'essaie de prendre en photo un marais comme on peut en trouver au Canada, et je ne parvenais jamais à retransmettre l'impression que j'ai systématiquement qu'en j'en croise un, mais cette fois je crois que je suis à peu près satisfait ...
Merci encore à tous pour vos visites et commentaires !



I tried at least 50 times to capture a swamp, we can find many like this one in Canada and I wasn't able to transmit my feelings when I meet one of them, but this time I think I'm quite satisfied...
Thanks again everyone for visiting and commenting !

Exifs

  • NIKON D200
  • 90 mm
  • f 8
  • 1/20s
  • Iso 320
  • 2006.10.08 - 17:26

Categories

Leave a comment

Name :
Email (not visible) :
URL (if any) :
Save user info
Merci de votre visite et d'avoir pris le temps de poster un commentaire.
Thank you for visiting and taking the time to comment on the picture.

27 Comment(s)

  • Quick question for you. How are you capturing the tonal depth in your images. I am thinking you must be taking multiple exposures (bracketing) and combining them to create HDR images. If that is the case, what software do you use for this. If not, then what in camera technique are you using? FYI, I just started using a D200 and love it. I have also found that when shooting RAW, I can under and over expose by as much as 1.5 in post processing and merge those photos together to achieve a "poor man's" HDR image.
    Key @ 2006-10-17 21:59
  • > Key : I rarely use multiple exposure, in all this blog I perhaps took 2 or 3 photos with 2 exposures, not more (When I had my tripod with me, and that's really not often). The reason is that I have the feeling that HDR is harming the light and you have to rebuild it from scratch ... for me it is really to much work for a simple hobby. So I simply shoot in raw and try to choose the best exposure to achieve a correct rendering of the light. I often have to enhance some dark areas (photoshop + a masked levels adjustement layer with a wacom) and if the iso setting is low, the noise is acceptable.
    Julien @ 2006-10-17 22:19
  • Elle claque celle la ! j'adore !
    Roumi @ 2006-10-17 22:38
  • wow, so very impressive. There is an amazing sense of depth and space. Excellent shot. Very nice lighting!
    pixels.in.my.head @ 2006-10-17 23:14
  • Wow! Excellent shot. Love the tone and the depth.
    Pinto @ 2006-10-18 00:37
  • Très belle photo. On dirait presque du verre... La brume en arrière-plan contribue à l'atmosphère.
    Pierre @ 2006-10-18 04:19
  • Good picture.
    Tolek @ 2006-10-18 05:05
  • Love the colors here and how they go from blue to green to brown/yellow
    m a r i n u s @ 2006-10-18 06:08
  • Wow, this swamp looks so scary it's hard to imagine you deliberately went in such a place about 50 times ;)
    Falpars @ 2006-10-18 06:21
  • beautiful shot! nice tones. a lot of retouch?
    esa @ 2006-10-18 07:46
  • > Falpars : Thank you ! Not 50 times in the same place, but I tried to shoot a canadian swamp about 50 times and I wasn't satisfied until now ;)


    > Esa : Thank you ! Not so much, about 15 to 20min of work ;)


    Julien @ 2006-10-18 09:08
  • Nice job of capturing the swamp. You have a nice balance of picking up the debris in the water and the reflections of the trees above. Reminds me of Dagobah from Star Wars. Looks like Yoda should be popping out from behind one of those trees. :)
    Andrew @ 2006-10-18 10:16
  • > Andrew : haha, that's funny, it reminded me exactly the same thing :)
    Julien @ 2006-10-18 11:46
  • Who knew a swamp was so photogenic?? :)
    P.J. @ 2006-10-18 12:17
  • I love the tones and the water! Really good shot!
    Christian Wiedel @ 2006-10-18 15:41
  • I love how this image is soft and sharp at the same time! It's a quality that I love in all your photos!
    Kyle @ 2006-10-19 01:02
  • Superb photo! J'aime bien la profondeur que tu as captée - ca donne de vraiment belles coleurs.
    Daniel Seguin @ 2006-10-19 05:56
  • Such a simple view, but the detail and colour is amazing.
    Craig @ 2006-10-19 11:42
  • L'effet de profondeur est impressionnant et l'atmosphère assez étrange. Une superbe photo!
    Claude @ 2006-10-19 14:12
  • Toujours aussi parfait. Belle atmosphère. C'est toujours un plaisir de visiter ce site
    Pierre-Yves cheguillaume @ 2006-10-19 14:49
  • Beautiful image. Perfect exposure and processing.
    Jon @ 2006-10-20 07:27
  • Merci à tous !
    Thanks you very much everyone !
    Julien @ 2006-10-20 08:18
  • Elle est vraiment splendide celle-ci. Les couleurs, particulierement, sont fort interessantes pour une photo dans le bois.
    AirBete @ 2006-10-21 10:45
  • The light and color in this image are just surreal. I love it.
    Dennis Rogers @ 2006-10-21 14:04
  • Simply beautiful. Wonderful subtle colors and mystical use of light.
    Jeff @ 2006-10-21 17:30
  • Hi Julien, I love your work and have been following your blog for some time. I have a question for you: what noise reduction software do you use? I have a D200 as well and occasionally find that I could use something better than the PS "reduce noise" filter.
    Lucas @ 2006-10-24 10:46
  • > Lucas : Thanks for visiting Lucas. I rarely use a noise reduction software except for some areas on portraits and most of the time the option from CS2 is enough for me, but you should have a look to noise ninja and perhaps noiseware
    Julien @ 2006-10-24 11:14

Bookmark & Rate

MONTREAL PHOTOBLOGGERS RING : MONTREAL Photobloggers