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I tried a trip down to Corfe this morning to photograph the sunrise. Perhaps a little too foggy, creating a subtle image with hardly any detail, but hoping it has atmosphere.
What's the best way to sharpen such a diffuse image? I used the high pass fillter on this.
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I love the feel that this shot creates. I can imagine being there myself. I think the fog does indeed add drama to the scene.
Very good shot. It's a classic, but you have done it justice.
It's a veryLord of the Rings style image. You can imagine Golum living in a place like that. Nice work. All the best. Andy
No worries about atmosphere it has plenty. A difficult shot handled well.
Good shot full of atmosphere.
Excellent shot, very well taken.
Bags of atmosphere
very atmostpheric. Sylvia
Nice work, actually like V2 better, just suits the scene more IMHO
I agree Wolfy. The sharpening has worked better in the second image creating smoother tones.
Foggy pics aren't meant to be crisp-- prefer V2
V2 for me. Definitely more natural looking.
why would you want to to sharpen it? you'd lose the mood
love this as is
V2 for me too
another vote for V2
What a cracking shot. I know the place well. Have to go for v.2 as it has the 'natural' look. Would pass as a Turner landscape painting
Beautiful. No need to sharpen IMHO.
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