Monte del Ferro, in which part of the Carnic Alps is that peak situated? Looks magnificent, maybe it has also an another name. Would you be so kind and explain it to us. Ciao, Andrej
This mountain belongs to the Lastroni-Rinaldo group, which is between Sappada and the Peralba group. Gangolf called it also Eisenberg, but I've never heard this name ( maybe it's the german translation ).
I'm sorry but you're wrong. I've only retouched the colors, the sunset it's absolutely true.
vid- I may be wrong (I don't know this mountain range at all), but it looks like there is a ridge in the foreground, and the bigger mountain is set back a ways, which may be the cause of the apparent line. It looks slightly hazy, which would account for the difference in tone between the mountain and ridge. If you look at the smaller mountain to the right, same thing when it gets down to the ridge.
Yes, you seem to be both right. So, I must apologize. Part of the effect seems natural.
You don't need to apologize, I understand that you may have seen lots of pics photoshopped in sp ( I think 80% of the most voted photos are effects ) and now you have enough of them.
Very dramatic and beautiful. Thanks for sharing the moment.