Atlantic White Cedar

Okay, I am still in Germany, but this is a post I scheduled before I left.

I mentioned a few days ago in my first post on Saco Heath, that one of features of the place is a stand of Atlantic White Cedar, one of the largest in Maine, and certainly one of the furthest inland. The light in the grove is always interesting since it occupies a slightly raised hummock completely surrounded by open bog.

Canon SD4000IS at 28mm equivalent @ f2.8 @ 1/250th @ ISO 250. Programmed auto.

I took the file into Photomatix as an experiment and used the tone mapping tools to see if I could bring it more alive. I still used Lightroom for levels and sharpening. Compared to the same file processed in Lightroom alone, the result has a kind of 3D effect that I think is interesting.

From Saco Heath.

2 Responses to “8/17/2010”

  1. 1 Rafi
    08/17/2010 at 11:06 am

    Lovely shot, really green..

  2. 08/17/2010 at 3:01 pm

    We both took similar shots and treated them entirely differently!

    Very restful – lovely greens and blues.

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