The Weekly Photo – August 1, 2011

©Darwin Wiggett

Here is a shot of Cataract Lake from the headwaters of the Brazeau River in Jasper National Park. This is just below Cataract Pass before humping up over the pass to get into the Whitegoat Wilderness Area (Canon Rebel T2i, Sigma 17-50mm lens, Singh-Ray LB warming polarizer, f16 – 3 exposure HDR blend using Oloneo PhotoEngine).

©Darwin Wiggett

Upper Brazeau River Canyon in Jasper National Park looking back toward Nigel Pass (Canon T2i, Sigma 17-50mm lens, Singh-Ray Gold-N-Blue Polarizer, f11 – 3 exposure HDR blend using Oloneo PhotoEngine).

©Darwin Wiggett

Upper Cataract Creek Valley in the Whitegoat Wilderness (Canon T2i, Sigma 17-50mm lens, f11 – 3 exposure HDR blend using Oloneo PhotoEngine).

5 Responses to “The Weekly Photo – August 1, 2011”

  1. Beautiful images Darwin. Nice to see the backcountry through your lens. I may have to look into Oloneo. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Very nice. Thanks Darwin.

  3. Beautiful images Darwin, thanks for sharing!

  4. Raymond Howard Says:

    Darwin,

    Fantastic images! What do you think about PhotoEngine? These images look incredible and realistic. Do you think this software is preferable for your style of photography than the other HDR packages? Can you see possibly using more HDR processing in PhotoEngine rather than using filters to get natural appearing range of light? Thanks.

    Ray Howard

    • Love PhotoEngine: fast and easy to use, easy to get ‘realistic results. I will use filters where I can to get it as close as possible in-camera with less processing time afterwards. But where filters won’t work or will be obvious in the photo I will turn to multiple exposures and HDR blending in PhotoEngine.

      Darwin

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