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Oct 18, 2016 21:10 |  #1

This was an amazing building. You often see it shot at night. Sunrise was pretty good too, though. I'd love some critique on the PP. Thanks for looking.

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Oct 19, 2016 00:53 |  #2

The building and sunrise are spectacular, but the tree on the left has a pronounced halo.


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Oct 19, 2016 07:40 |  #3

I really love the lighting in this. What did you do to get that?


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Oct 19, 2016 16:21 as a reply to  @ rrblint's post |  #4

Thanks for the input, Mark. I might have to revisit that part.




  
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Oct 19, 2016 16:24 as a reply to  @ Radkins's post |  #5

I'm glad you like it. This is a three image HDR. The color cast came mostly from the HDR processing (and from the sunrise itself!), but I made some adjustments with Viveza 2 and Color Efex.




  
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Oct 20, 2016 05:27 |  #6

If you bump contrast in the sky and darken it, the sunbow would be more prominent and it might look pretty cool.


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