In the Nepalese Shadows of Everest

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    Thanks for the good fight on Kelby's Blog!
    Hehe - my guest post on Scott Kelby's Blog was not even about HDR, but that is what the discussion down below concerned. I was surprised that we ended up having so many defenders, including the likes of Scott Bourne, RC Concepcion, Moose Peterson, Frederick Van, and many many others! Thanks everyone for the healthy discussion... I do love making art as much as you guys do... so I'm happy we're all in the same boat!
    Daily Photo - In the Nepalese Shadows of Everest
    I always like how all these Nepalese monkey statues look a little bit evil. They seem to be a bit like gargoyles, and everyone thinks those things are great. I don't know why we all like gargoyles so much, but I am never bummed out when I see them on a building.

    This photo was shot at Disneyworld in Orlando. It's a great place to bring your tripod, and I am happy I've never had a problem there before. Well, I do have problems with my family sometimes because I get too busy taking photos... but there are so many awesome things -- it's like I'm in Disneyworld!

    from the blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

    Dave DiCello, gurana, susan_r4, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. diego_russo 64 months ago | reply

      impressive as always!
      ps: first!

    2. PeteƦ ToshiƦo™ 64 months ago | reply

      Impressive texture...nice vibrant colors...wonderful artwork.

    3. skreid 64 months ago | reply

      Great detail..

    4. Ben__Taylor 64 months ago | reply

      Loved the blog mate. Good on ya!

    5. gabrielescotto 64 months ago | reply

      wooooow!!!!....great!;)

    6. Dave DiCello 64 months ago | reply

      Love the warm tones here

    7. Alexander Yates 64 months ago | reply

      I'd say more than just a bit evil:) That's a great shot!

    8. Ashlyn_Rose 64 months ago | reply

      Yay! Love it!

    9. hh96 64 months ago | reply

      very nice job!...inspired shot and very good treatment: effective result!
      truly, compliments!

    10. susan_r4 64 months ago | reply

      Wonderful shot Trey!

    11. Michael LaPalme 64 months ago | reply

      I saw that you were going to be at B&H last earlier this week and I happened to be in NYC at the time but I couldn't get out of work for the event. I'm a little bit bummed out about it because I'm a big fan of your photography. Fantastic image as always.

    12. Zippi- 64 months ago | reply

      I wonder if its because my eyes are so accustomed to game graphics and colours that I find HDR photos so compelling! Like it :)

    13. Systematic Photos 64 months ago | reply

      So here's a question: How do you deal with ghosting in your HDRs? I notice that you have some in the top left part of the picture but most of the time you seem to avoid it. Do you manually layer mask or do you sort of automate it with tools?

      Great work. Looking forward to the book...hopefully santa is bringing it. Though i'd love to read more about technique than anything else.

      All the best.

    14. 50%ChanceofRain 64 months ago | reply

      Like this one Trey. When are you heading to the real everest. Your post on kelbys was a good one!

    15. Stuck in Customs 64 months ago | reply

      Thanks!

      I do need to head to the real everest....

      Systematic - I have that on page 2 or 3 of my online tutorial -- it's free - head on over!

    16. .:: Daniel Klein ::. 64 months ago | reply

      Amazing pic. I love the composition and lighting...

      - Seen in your photostream :-)

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