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Morning Calm

Morning Calm

Early Morning walk in the Drakensburg, South Africa exposed some lovely scenery. This picture of a lake at Dragon's Peak takes me to a serene place.



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Registered: June 2005
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Date: Wed October 26, 2005
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Dimensions: 600 x 400
Keywords: reflection mountain lake jetty pier black white
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Nice one.
#1 Wed October 26, 2005 11:50pm

I just love this image and the BW works great nice job Thumbs Up!
#2 Thu October 27, 2005 3:45am

Lovey shot, if I was to be annoyingly picky, maybe a bit more detail in the clouds.
#3 Thu October 27, 2005 10:21pm

Very nice. Really it transmits sensation to me of calm and tranquillity
#4 Sun October 30, 2005 10:49pm

Very nice landscape works well in b&w
#5 Sun October 30, 2005 11:43pm

Thanks for the comments guys. Much appreciated. I do agree that a little more cloud detail would have gone a long way to enhance this shot. Live and learn I guess.
#6 Mon October 31, 2005 8:23pm

You can get a ton of drama from the clouds with a very small photosop tweak. With the Burn tool set to shadows and 8% exposure and a fairly large brush size drag it accross the clouds and the shadows will come right out. Just be sure to do it on a copy as this is really a very good image as is!
#7 Mon October 31, 2005 8:30pm

Agree with bailbr here, only I'd use a different technique. Roughly select the sky using the lasso tool. Set a reasonable feather, then adjust levels. But anyway its pretty stunning shot.
#8 Mon October 31, 2005 9:15pm

stunning.. as for the clouds... I'd probably mess with the levels and curves. Everyone is different.
#9 Thu November 3, 2005 6:13pm

Great shot.

For the clouds a good way to bring back detail is to make a copy of the layer and change the blend mode to Multiply. This will darken it. Add a mask to the layer and reveal only the clouds.
#10 Fri November 4, 2005 6:59pm

Nice shot.
#11 Sun January 29, 2012 11:47am

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