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This is the sixth image from my award-winning series, but I never officially entered this one as it didn’t add to the flow. However, as a standalone I think it works quite well with that receding tree line.
In terms of post processing my main concern was to keep the contrast down. I converted the shot to black and white and deliberately did not set the black point and the white point. I wanted to make this look like a pencil drawing, so it needed to stay sort of grayish.
Conditions like this a pretty rare in Deadvlei, but I hope that we’re going to be lucky again next year.
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How can such a thing be so unsightly and be beautiful at the same time? Lol! Hope you like it guys!
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