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rnomis's Gallery Comments
Alternatively, double click on the thumbnail name 'Background', accept the default name 'Layer1'. You can then use the distort tools without the marching ants distracting you.
I had a problem with this shot as the sky was over exposed and the mountain was under exposed. Always a problem when shooting into the sun and I wasn't about to truck a tripod etc. up a mountain! I processed two versions in Capture Pro and mreged them in Photoshop. Then I added a virtual ND filter and touched that up a little. The mountain layer was set to 'Luminosity' in PS and I added a cool filter and a colour adjustment layer to tone down the colours a bit.