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11 years 2 weeks ago #117866 by anketmohanty
which one do u like the most................


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11 years 2 weeks ago #117867 by anketmohanty





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11 years 2 weeks ago #117868 by anketmohanty
the last one is the original pic without any post production.....................

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117884 by DestinDave
I like the silhouetted trees and foreground in both 1 and 2.. On #2 the white highlights and halos on the trees matches the bright clouds and has a bit more impact for that reason.. The original is a bit flat and the sky not nearly as interesting..

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117885 by anketmohanty
thnk u dave i feel the same only had doubts coz i feel tht a good photograph should not have much post processing ..............what abt the 3rd i have tried to give it a bit of night look...................

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117888 by DestinDave
The 3rd is what I referred to as the original.. I like the detail in the water and foreground but the sky is a bit flat.. are you using Photoshop? if so, you could create a new layer, burn the sky in as in the 1st, and then a layer mask to brush away the bottom parts and leave the detail as in the 3rd.. A combination of #1 and #3...

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117897 by chasrich
Ain't pushing pixels around fun? I like #1 myself. This is a great example of what can be done using editing software. The perfect adjustment will vary from person to person but you clearly understand that process. I find the key is to keep the post production to a minimum with the goal being to get it right and make it look like it came out of the camera that way. :judge:

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117902 by anketmohanty
i agree ..............i don't like too much post production though i can do amazing things with it .....i like it natural........


and i was talking abt the 2nd picture in the second post the one with the night sky feel plzzzzzzzz comment does it look ok as night sky or i have to tinker arnd with it.............

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117903 by anketmohanty
is it better or the previous one.....................


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11 years 2 weeks ago #117904 by chasrich
It still looks like sunset to me even with the color shift away from the red. It is too bright for a real nighttime sky. I just noticed you posted an amended number 2 - this is closer to that night time feel. I was about to suggest a darker blue for the sky and that looks to me like what you have done. Yes the last one is better IMHO.

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117907 by anketmohanty
seems like u and me think alike .......................lol....thnks a lot fr ur comments i appreciate it a lot.................

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11 years 2 weeks ago #117913 by chasrich

anketmohanty wrote: seems like u and me think alike .......................lol....thnks a lot fr ur comments i appreciate it a lot.................


You must know then... We are crazy! :woohoo:

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11 years 2 weeks ago #118044 by anketmohanty
agreed crazy people gr8 ideas..................

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11 years 2 weeks ago #118311 by Scotty
Moved to the right section to gain more traffic, enjoy.

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11 years 2 weeks ago #118318 by Rob pix4u2
Liked the red clouds in # 1 but the re-do is a nice compromise

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