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With shadows adjusted a bit. Hope you like this one a bit more. i couldnt pull out much more without it looking unatural


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jaminc

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Date: Sat May 28, 2005
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etfon911
This is an incredibly beautiful shot. Nit: the black space on the right goes flat, almost like a cutout, since there is no detail there. Just a hint of what's there would be nice...your skies are beautiful. If you have Photoshop (any one of them), use the Highlight/Shadow tool. You can make an edit to a posted photo under "Edit Photo". You also can take it down (delete) and re-post it after fixing.
#1 Sat May 28, 2005 11:48pm

jaminc
Thank you Etfon. I will have a look with photoshop in a little while and see if there is anything i can pull out. There is not much detail there really and my worry is that a little detail can almost look flat in an image but i will have a look. thanks for your tips and compliments

Matt Roffe

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#2 Sun May 29, 2005 8:14am

Cerulean
#3 Sun May 29, 2005 9:30am

sacon
Nice pic. Love the location and composition. A polariser lens might have given a more pleasing contrast for this time of day. Has potential for one of those great story telling shots. I would be tempted to camp out at the spot and wait for some golden / unusual light to hit the near mountains. Something in the foreground would also give it that little extra. Perhaps the road could be used to lead you off into the distant mountains. Red light streaks from a car might be intersting, if not too distracting.
#4 Sun May 29, 2005 1:29pm

jaminc
Thanks Sacon.. love to try all of what you suggested however i was in the car at the time hanging out the window. maybe next time

Matt Roffe

http://www.property.photography

 

 

#5 Sun May 29, 2005 1:57pm

daydreamer
Beautiful spot and great shot for a drive-by.
#6 Mon May 30, 2005 1:00am

aperdan
Nice shot.
#7 Sun February 12, 2012 2:47pm




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