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WhidbeyLVR

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What is it with that white dot in the shadows? It sticks out for me.
Just about half way up and maybe 1/4 in from the right in the shadows, in line with the rocky outcrop.
Might you have a hot pixel?
Good catch. That is the elusive Higgs boson decaying into two muons. You're seeing a few escaping photons. The Higgs was giving mass to the image as a whole. [/ humor]
 

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From a recent lockdown wander.

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I'm not sure if these images are done in camera and/or in post, but I was wondering:

Has anyone used the highlights and shadows to eliminate all shades of gray, similar to high-contrast copy film?
 
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