4810 m by david huguet
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4810 m

July 19, 2020

Mont-Blanc is the highest moutain in west. It is covered with glaciers which, year by year, decrease in lenght and thickness because of global warming. The summit is not the enlightened spot on left. The sommit is the low landform look like a dome on right. Ice is around 40m thick. So the real altitude of Mont-Blanc, in taking into account the rock surface, is about 4770m high.

This photography is processed into a drama scenic landscape with luminar4. That's a try. If you look to the light directin, it is obvious that the sunlight source does not deal with lightning of granitic rocks at the foreground. I made a try to observe how that software as better, or not, compared with Lr. Luminar is a powerful soft. Nevertheless, I'll keep on using my Lr6 and Darktable, both of them are more flexible and contain, to me, more specific tools.

24mm · f/11.0 · 1/15s · ISO 200
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