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Jan 15, 2013 22:24 |  #16

It would be cool if you could bring out the red in the sky a little more... it might be pushing it, but maybe if you slightly bump up the saturation for the red channel. (split toning section of LR). Great shot though... where was it taken?


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Jan 16, 2013 15:51 |  #17

ejenner wrote in post #15494253 (external link)
I'm not sure, but I will say that I'm not afraid to mix up WB - i.e. have 2 different WB for the same shot if you think it works. This often happens in shadows which look much bluer than our eyes see as we automatically and almost instantaneously compensate. I know some pro landscape photog do this quite a bit.

jlearman wrote in post #15494329 (external link)
It would be cool if you could bring out the red in the sky a little more... it might be pushing it, but maybe if you slightly bump up the saturation for the red channel. (split toning section of LR). Great shot though... where was it taken?

Thanks for these suggestions. I'll give them a try to see if the image looks better with a bit of the blue shade restored to the water and higher red saturation in the sky. (I am a little wary of making the sky look unreal, though -- there was, in fact, only a touch of color in the sky that morning.)

jlearman, I took the photo at Sonoma Coast State Beach in California.




  
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