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Bob Jarman
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Re: Can this shot be salvaged?


Do not know what qualifies as a keeper but you could move in this direction. Tonal contrast filter in Color Efex Pro4 to add detail to sky, selectively lighten/darken specific areas, mid-tone contrast bump and finally some sharpening (Kelby's luminosity sharpening using the unsharp mask, blend set to luminosity faded to 50%).

I'm certain the landscape-oriented folks might ahve a toatlly different approach.

Regards,

Bob

or, a later monochromatic version...Silver Efex Pro, numerous control points, red filter, "coffee" tone, burn bottom edge, all-round #1 vignette.



Dec 31, 2012 at 04:47 PM
Bob Jarman
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Re: Can this shot be salvaged?


Do not know what qualifies as a keeper but you could move in this direction. Tonal contrast filter in Color Efex Pro4 to add detail to sky, selectively lighten/darken specific areas, mid-tone contrast bump and finally some sharpening (Kelby's luminosity sharpening using the unsharp mask, blend set to luminosity faded to 50%).

I'm certain the landscape-oriented folks might ahve a toatlly different approach.

Regards,

Bob



Dec 31, 2012 at 03:23 PM



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