Fallen Tree

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, HDR, Prescott


While my husband was chasing down the perfect sunset and shooting leaning shacks, I was capturing everything in between during the hike over. One of the things that caught my eye was this fallen tree. It had a bit of a 3D feel to it when I got to processing, so I didn’t want to mess with it too much.

On a side note, just got back from Utah! The hubby and I had a wonderful time. We shot lots of urbex, storms, and landscape – it will take a bit to get them processed, but we’re excited to be sharing those photos with you in the not too distant future!

Fallen Tree in Prescott, Arizona

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-55mm Nikkor Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Photomatix Pro 4


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Jim Nix

Great shot Kristi, well done and hope you guys had a great weekend! Jim

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Dave DiCello

I really like the subtle processing on this one Kristi! Some great details you’ve captured!
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A.Barlow

Nice capture you have here. Almost looks like the rocks are swallowing that tree up!
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Chris Frailey

Really like the detail in this Kristi.
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Tom Baker

Kristi that’s a great shot. And color me clued in I just realized Jason is your husband lol. You are both so nice on my blog I should have clued in faster given the names.
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Bob Lussier

Nice shot. Love the details. Love the processing.
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Chris Kenison

Well done, Kristi! Wonderful composition!
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Outography

Very nice! I start getting the sense about HDR photography.

Thanks for the info about tilt-shift effect. Always good to learn new stuff.
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Steve Beal

Sounds like you guys had an awesome trip, can’t wait to see more images! This is a great shot, love the natural light and textures.
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Toad Hollow Photography

Isn’t nature wonderful? So much interest and drama to be enjoyed when you spend a little time to take it all in, what a wonderful photo Kristi!
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It looks like it’s coming through the rocks. Cool capture!
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John Coulter

Excellent shot! Love the framing with the foliage on the right
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Jimi Jones

Very nice shot, lots of natural color.
Really looking forward to what you and Jason collected on your trip. There is sure to be some really great shots to see. :-)
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Ryan Sexton

I really like the tones and texture of the tree, great shot.
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Ben Tucker

Hi!, Nice shot! I keep seeing fallen trees everywhere these days! full of texture aren’t they :)
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Darcy Michaelchuk

Great shot! You did well at keeping the 3D aspect along with some good HDR processing.
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Katrina

A great example of how HDR should be used, and what a beautiful tree!
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