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  1. #1 One man. One Epic. One Glacier. 



    p.s.
    It IS a light camera, but at 3000m there is not too much oxygen.
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    I can only imagine what that looks like in 5k :) Epic has gone where no other camera can go! That is in 5k of course. I'm assuming that's straight from the camera, no?
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    I mastered this in 4K, and used the 5K overhead (which is surprisingly massive) to stabilise the shots a bit.
    I shot on high shutter, to counter IR and also to make stabilisation easier, since the tripod head was going and broke in two pieces due to the cold a few days later.

    Shot in RAW "fat negative", processed on redcolor2/redgamma2, added bit of contrast S curve. Other than that no grade.
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    beautiful stuff, Jonas. And a beautiful place.
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    Well done!!
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    great shots @ 00:34 and 00:48
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    Nice!!!
    "There is no point in having sharp images when you've fuzzy ideas."
    Jean-Luc Godard.

    Dynamic range is, after all, the measurement between well saturation (photosite blowout) and noise floor.
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    wow I went skiing there a couple of times with my parents when I was in high school, spent a lot of time in Leysin too which is a bit further up the valley, awesome place and you captured it greatly, what lens did you use ?
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    Zeiss standard 135mm and a cannon 16mm PL mount.
    Leo was making fun of me, since all other lenses were out on jobs.
    "Go big or go home" :-D

    5K is not another number. It is the shit.
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    Damn, i was for 6 weeks near that location, did not see you...Wonderful shots of a great place!
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