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1 Klingspitze
2 Hochkasern
3 Schareck
4 Aberg
5 Hoher Sonnblick
6 Hocharn
7 Hundstein
8 Krumlkeeskopf
9 Ochsenkopf
10 Königstuhlhorn
11 Schwarzkopf
12 Klemerbrettkopf
13 Brennkogel
14 Schönwieskopf
15 Kloben
16 Racherin
17 Sonnwelleck
18 Schwalbenwnad
19 Fuscherkarkopf
20 Zwingkopf
21 Gr. Wiesbachhorn
22 Hoher Tenn
23 Großglockner
24 Imbachhorn
25 Rettenzink
26 Johannisberg
27 Hohe Riffl
28 Grieskogel
29 Hocheiser
30 Kitzsteinhorn
31 Maurerkogel
32 Gr. Schmiedinger
33 Granatspitze
34 Stubacher Sonnblick
35 Schmittenhöhe
36 Großvenediger
37 Maurerkogel
38 Oberer Gernkogel
39 Zirmkogel
40 Sausteigen
41 Geißstein

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Aufnahmestandort: Breithorn (2504 m)      Fotografiert von: Uta Philipp
Gebiet: Berchtesgadener Alpen      Datum: 23.07.12
Es war windig und so kalt, dass sich Anraum am Gras auf dem Boden gebildet hat, aber trotzdem mussten wir am Breithorn bleiben um das wunderbare Licht und die großartige Wolkenstimmung einzufangen.

14 QF Nikon D90 Raw, Photoshop CS4

Kommentare

Das schlechtes Wetter SOOOOOOO schön sein kann ....
08.08.2012 21:18, Christoph Seger
Grandios!! Ein wahrer Tauerntraum ... vor allem der Abschnitt zwischen Sonnwelleck und Venediger mit den tiefliegenden Wochen unten und der strahlendweißen Glocknergruppe darüber ist der Hammer! Vielen Dank für´s Teilen dieser fantastischen Stimmung mit uns, die wir es leider nicht live vor Ort erleben konnten. Viele Grüße, Andre
08.08.2012 21:40, Andre Hergemöller
eigentlich *****
08.08.2012 21:54, Leonhard Huber
Wunderschöne Stimmung! 
VG Danko.
08.08.2012 22:11, Danko Rihter
Das ist ein Geschenk, wenn man ein solches Licht in eine Pano giessen darf. VG Martin
08.08.2012 22:15, Martin Kraus
Traumhaft! 
08.08.2012 22:16, Matthias Knapp
Traumhafte Stimmung, Uta!!!
08.08.2012 23:45, Hans Diter
Wundervolles Panorama
09.08.2012 07:52, Thomas Janeck
THIS is a good photo! 
Top class in every sense. A-p deserves more quality than too many recent panoramas give. I think that four stars for this photo CANNOT HAVE the same meaning as other four stars. We still talked about it some time ago. Let's try to return to the original spirit of rating photos. It's not a foult to be critical and objective. I want to invite all participants to give ratings according to strict assessment criteria relating only to the photo, and not to the photographer. We all know evaluation categories: general framing, balance between light and dark, between sky and mountains, sharpness, originality, novelty, relevance of a mountain range... I also ask all photographers to try to improve the quality of the panoramas in order to align it to the best practice. Improvement is a benefit for everyone; objective and possibly uniform evaluations are important for improving quality.
What do you think about that?
Ciao, Alvise
09.08.2012 08:33, Alvise Bonaldo
Ciao Alvise,
in no way I'm really competitive to most and many of the photographers here but up to a certain time in the past I tried hard to improve. I very much agree in your appeal but have to confess that I just gave up - I disliked the common practice where ratings given on each and every pano simply generated more ratings received (human behaviour)- so I became a dormant user and a-p is now just a personal diary ... but I support your call, hence the comment.
09.08.2012 09:23, Hans-Jürgen Bayer
@Alvise, Hans-Jürgen, Martin... 
... I see it just the same way as Hans-Jürgen and Martin. The star-rating system has become a system where it just counts how many users have given four stars - the stars themselves have become obliterate.
I myself try hard to imrove and would really appreciate hints as to my mistakes instead of just seeing panos unrated - and uncommented.
The problem is (probably a human one again), that I myself don't find it easy to give comments on problematic panos - just because no one else has commented on them and I feel far from playing an eligible "big shot" here. I feel I just don't want to go patronizing around hurting people's feelings - but that's part of the problem, probably.
It's the culture of commenting and giving and accepting advice that should be worked on here. I'm sure the whole a-p community would benefit from it!
Anyway - sorry Uta for the controversial remark -
ist ja nicht das erste deiner Panos das einen langen Diskussionstreifen hinterlassen hat. Dein Pano ist wieder mal erste Sahne :)
Greets, Michael
09.08.2012 11:07, Mr Dee
Alvise! 
I agree so much to what you said. So I wait for the first real one-star, two-star or three-star-ratings.
09.08.2012 11:22, Matthias Knapp
Absolut gigantisch! LG Fried
09.08.2012 14:01, Friedemann Dittrich
Was für fette Farben! Stark.
Rechts darf gern noch bisschen beschriftet werden.
09.08.2012 14:39, Arne Rönsch
Die Schwelle... 
...zu einer neuen Steigerungsfähigkeit!
Ein Impuls der aufstellt! Gefällt mir!
Gruss Walter
09.08.2012 18:05, Walter Schmidt
@Alvise 
thanks for your refreshing comment.

We have discussed the rating system a few times and I'd have a lot to say, but I think this is maybe not the core of the issue. In my eyes, the current practice of counting "I like" **** ratings gives a ranking just as good as returning to usage of *, ** and ***.

The main issue that you're hinting at is attitude - do photographers want to improve or do they just collect stars? Improvement only goes by learning and discussion. Restricting to only positive comments blocks both. As much as I appreciate positive feedback, I would be happy about more critical remarks and suggestions to my panos, and I would be happy to learn more from discussions on other people's panos. I wouldn't see a contradiction between giving **** and still some remarks on opportunities for further improvement. This is all not so much about the number of stars, but on how to use the comment box.

In some cases (also recently), photographers don't even bother to react on comments and suggestions which shows they don't seem to have an interest in learning. I have decided not to argue with them but to ignore these going forward.

@Uta - sorry for using your beautiful pano for this discussion, but unfortunately there's no general purpose forum on this site.

Cheers,
Martin
09.08.2012 19:10, Martin Kraus
Wooow!! Gruss Toni
09.08.2012 19:24, Sieber Toni
Ein Schlechtwetterpanorama vom allerfeinsten!
LG, Toni
09.08.2012 20:29, Anton Theurezbacher
wer kann bei so einer Sicht schon absteigen! Toll!!
09.08.2012 22:03, Michael Strasser
***** :-) Lg
10.08.2012 14:32, Jannis Gligoris
ein Glück, zu diesem Zeitpunkt dort zu sein! LG Peter
21.08.2012 11:54, Peter Brandt

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