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This one is from Lake D. also I couldn't keep the vibrancy and vivid colours withoud making the clouds go funny :/ What could I do to stop this paint look they have? Thanks for any help
lovely colours, well caputured
Lovely image I love the reflections
Beautiful reflections, wonderful composition. Well done.
I rather wish I had this composition in my portfolio, Caitlin!
Unfortunately I can't really offer a way of overcoming the digital sky. Normally I would suggest masking it off and working on it separately; the selection round those branches would be fiendishly complicated, though. If you had shot in RAW, the Clarity slider on Adobe Camera Raw might help. Another possibility would be to put up with reduced saturation and vibrance.
As you can perhaps tell, I am not a hotshot in the digital darkroom. But I LOVE your composition!
What did you do to make the sky look like this?
What does the original look like before adjustments, may be ablebto help if I know the answer to this.
I think maybe you've tried to darken down an overly bright sky, which has produced this effect. Still a beautiful scene, and love the reflections
A gorgeous scene, with an interesting choice of format.
I don't know the digital answer - but I wonder if you could post the original image as a variant?
You might then get a few ideas from the people who really know!
It's a lovely shot as it stands, though!
Thanks for all your help everyone! It only seemed to go this way when I put up the vibrance, saturation and playing around with exsposure
When it looked better, I lost the affect of the image Oh well!
BeautifulWith great reflection
There is no doubt about it you know how to get the best out of the landscape photo well done on another really good photo
A lovely shot !!!....nice composition, & quality !!
Without seeing the original image, it's very difficult to analyse what's happened....you could upload
it as a 'version', then allow mods. to see what can be done ?????
You could add a graduated filter, as a gradient layer in photoshop, 50% opacity and use the layer blending controls, or if you have lightroom there is a gradient filter tool which you can use to control the exposure without affecting the rest, if all else fails ask Uncle
Or you can talk to your dad he may know
awesome reflection, great picture. well done caitlin!
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