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    A poor landscape shot

    Wish I had clouds, wish I had better lighting etc .....

    Zeiss 16-35 and A900


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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    ah..Mt Hood

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Quote Originally Posted by ryc View Post
    Wish I had clouds, wish I had better lighting etc .....

    Zeiss 16-35 and A900

    İt's a quite landscape. How about enhancing the colors?

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Is this one any better? it is a 2 frame pano


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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Quote Originally Posted by ryc View Post
    Is this one any better? it is a 2 frame pano
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    That's also good. But, enhance the colors!

    My suggestion:
    PS CS
    1. Selective Color:
    Reds -77, 0, 0, 53
    Yellows 0, 0, 48, 0
    Greens 0, -83, 69, -61
    Cyans 41, 0, -100, 0
    Blues 0, 0, -85, 15

    2. Hue/Saturation:
    Master 0, 15, 0
    Reds 0, 30, 0
    Yellows 0, 30, 0
    Greens 0, 20, 0
    Blues 0, 16, 0

    3. Levels RGB 0, 1.00, 235

    4. Convert your color profile Adobe RGB to sRGB for the www

    MG

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Can we see this last version with the enhancement by the numbers shown?
    Very nice shot by the way!

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Couple tricks here
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Hi , here another solution

    Cheers
    Last edited by Jamesmd; 13th October 2009 at 05:22.

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    ups , sorry for the watermark

    cheers

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    cool. i think i will bump contrast and saturation and see what happens.

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Goofing around with a demo from Tiffen DFX

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    It's fun to play with someone else's stuff (hey, you know what I mean!).

    A B&W version with the pesky branch removed from top-left corner.

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    Quote Originally Posted by bbodine9 View Post
    Can we see this last version with the enhancement by the numbers shown?
    Very nice shot by the way!
    My enhancement suggestion leads to this image:

    MG

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    Re: A poor landscape shot

    these are great. a different perspective from individuals. That B&W looks nice as well

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