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a tentative attempt at sort of HDR XD
taken in Canada, at silver star mountain
burst, canada, hdr, landscape, silver, snow, star, sun
Welcome back Immy! I love the treatment of the sky in your image =)
WOW! This is very well done!
wow! pretty darn good for a tentative attempt at HDR, Imogene! makes you real grateful for moody/ cloudy days, eh? :)
I like where you are going with this Imogen, But the burn-out is a bit distracting.
Recently I found a solution to burnout problems…
I take it you have composited the clouds into this image…. if so:
-make an inverted (negative) B&W layer of the clouds. -now adjust the OPACITY of the negative layer until you like the balance between the original layer and the negative layer. (So you can see the original layer thru the negative layer)-MERGE when ready.
This ONLY works to restore lost detail if there is something there in the original. It might take a fair bit of trial and error.
Have a look at my image CROATIAN FORT… The right hand side of the fort was horribly washed out, but using this technique I was able to restore some of the lost detail in the brickwork.
yeah, i dont like it either :(the clouds aren’t composited though, but i might try your solution with a cut out piece of the burned area or somethingthanks for the advice :)
WOW, nice shot Immy
i like the presentation of this image, nice snowy day.
Incredible shot! Really like the way you done this
cool one – very moody