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Oct 18, 2009 09:29 |  #1

Went out to try to get some sunset shots. But it was lots of clouds.
I like the way the clouds seems to come towards you.
There were some annoying telephone lines that have been removed with the clone tool.
There where a guy throwing snow from the deck that caused the the ripple in the bottom right
The left side was cropped since it was overexposed
Processed in Photomatix and tweaked in CS4.

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Oct 18, 2009 11:12 |  #2

Very nice, I like it a lot!




  
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Oct 18, 2009 13:32 |  #3

Beautiful image. Makes you want to be there. What program do you use?


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Oct 18, 2009 13:59 |  #4

amazing


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Oct 19, 2009 01:30 |  #5

Mud wrote in post #8844748 (external link)
Very nice, I like it a lot!

Thank you

butangviber wrote in post #8845321 (external link)
Beautiful image. Makes you want to be there. What program do you use?

First I used Photomatix to tonemap the three images. Then I used Topaz Lab to bring out the colors, used masks to not do the entire image.

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amazing

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Oct 19, 2009 01:45 |  #6

That is a rad image right there.




  
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Oct 19, 2009 18:48 as a reply to  @ l330n's post |  #7

Nice photo I really like the scene...


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Oct 20, 2009 06:26 |  #8

l330n wrote in post #8849028 (external link)
That is a rad image right there.

Thank you

82NoMe wrote in post #8853746 (external link)
Nice photo I really like the scene...

Thank you. I wasn't so sure when I took it. When I looked at it on the PC there was a wire running from left and to the middle top of the image. But I was able to remove it with cloning. So after that I saw the potensial of this image.


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Oct 21, 2009 08:15 |  #9

nice job, the hdr really made this one come to life. Beautiful spot for a pic.


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Oct 21, 2009 08:17 |  #10

very nice!


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Oct 21, 2009 10:19 |  #11

Wow... gorgeous image. Love the colors.


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Oct 22, 2009 05:31 |  #12

VERY nice job! Very moody.


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Oct 22, 2009 05:41 |  #13

Arctic, it's a beautiful moody image. I like the composition and those ripples don't bother me at all.

What I do find a little distracting is that you've got two different color temperatures going here. It almost makes it look like two separate shots were stitched together from different times of the day. Either tone would be very pleasing to the eye - the warmth from the left, or the cooler values on the right. But to have both in a single image causes a bit of a visual conflict IMHO.

Apologies for the nitpicking.... just want to see a very nice image made better. Stu


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Oct 22, 2009 13:33 |  #14

wolfden wrote in post #8864697 (external link)
nice job, the hdr really made this one come to life. Beautiful spot for a pic.

I agree. I must admit that this location didn't give me any good vibes while shooting.

merlin2375 wrote in post #8864704 (external link)
very nice!

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jgrussell wrote in post #8865420 (external link)
Wow... gorgeous image. Love the colors.

Thank you

CannedHeat wrote in post #8871286 (external link)
VERY nice job! Very moody.

Thank you

sapearl wrote in post #8871315 (external link)
Arctic, it's a beautiful moody image. I like the composition and those ripples don't bother me at all.

What I do find a little distracting is that you've got two different color temperatures going here. It almost makes it look like two separate shots were stitched together from different times of the day. Either tone would be very pleasing to the eye - the warmth from the left, or the cooler values on the right. But to have both in a single image causes a bit of a visual conflict IMHO.

Apologies for the nitpicking.... just want to see a very nice image made better. Stu

Trust me this is not something I've done. It could be that the processing have done something to this image. But the light up here in the North have a cold temperature since the sun is so low for the moment. So I think this is natural and not something that have been altered by the software. If there should be any unnatural it must be the warmth that you see :)
But this image have been altered in Topaz labs to bring out the colors.
The original image is as cold as the snow you see.


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Oct 22, 2009 13:41 |  #15

wolfden wrote in post #8864697 (external link)
nice job, the hdr really made this one come to life. Beautiful spot for a pic.

I agree. I must admit that this location didn't give me any good vibes while shooting.

merlin2375 wrote in post #8864704 (external link)
very nice!

Thank you

jgrussell wrote in post #8865420 (external link)
Wow... gorgeous image. Love the colors.

Thank you

CannedHeat wrote in post #8871286 (external link)
VERY nice job! Very moody.

Thank you

sapearl wrote in post #8871315 (external link)
Arctic, it's a beautiful moody image. I like the composition and those ripples don't bother me at all.

What I do find a little distracting is that you've got two different color temperatures going here. It almost makes it look like two separate shots were stitched together from different times of the day. Either tone would be very pleasing to the eye - the warmth from the left, or the cooler values on the right. But to have both in a single image causes a bit of a visual conflict IMHO.

Apologies for the nitpicking.... just want to see a very nice image made better. Stu

Trust me this is not something I've done. It could be that the processing have done something to this image. But the light up here in the North have a cold temperature since the sun is so low for the moment. So I think this is natural and not something that have been altered by the software. If there should be any unnatural it must be the warmth that you see :)
But this image have been altered in Topaz labs to bring out the colors.
The original image is as cold as the snow you see.


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