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Feb 3, 2010, 8:35:00 AM
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Franz Josef glacier by postaldude66 Franz Josef glacier by postaldude66
Some guides carve a path for hikers on Franz Josef glacier, South island, New Zealand.

I used a tilt-shift mimicking technique in this one.
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:iconsanti12321:
nice, love this. i just came from thier too! love NZ
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:iconkingnii:
The dirt gives a sort of dryness/solidity to the ice. It makes it feel as if it will never melt. I feel that combined with the blue, it highlights the edges of this ice, making it appear incredibly detailed like a macro image. It enhances the contrast between that macro illusion and the telescopic distance between the viewer and the hikers. Excellent application of tilt-shift :)
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:iconpostaldude66:
thankyou so much. honestly i am more proud of this photo than most of my gallery put together!

=D
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:iconkingnii:
If I had taken this, I would be too. Well done!
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:iconsteve2032:
makes it seem so small! i was surprised to see the guides up there, i thought we were looking at something with macro lense lol
great picture Dave!
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:iconpostaldude66:
yeh i should get this one printed up properly really
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:iconawsd:
Fantastic. I cant see anything wrong with it, colours are great the red figures create a strong focal point. I really like this editing technique. The deep blues create real depth to the image.
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:iconpostaldude66:
thanks! i wish the ice had less dirt and dust on it. blame the good weatehr they had for the previous 2 weeks not washing it off
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