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St Moritz

By cats_123  
This started as a `travelogue' shot of some typical St Moritz architecture. Converted in LR, I have deliberately applied a `Big Sky' preset to give the sky some depth (a type of graduated filter effect). I then manually adjusted the tone curve to bring out the shadows and finally applied some sharpening luminance to soften the noise on the buildings in the lower sector.

Interested to hear what you think Smile

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Gypsyman 5 662 England
7 Nov 2012 1:57PM
Jeff, I do not understand the things you have done to the Photograph, but feel you have done a good job of it.
Like the result a lot. Eric.

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cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
7 Nov 2012 2:03PM

Quote:Jeff, I do not understand the things you have done to the Photograph, but feel you have done a good job of it.
Like the result a lot. Eric.



Glad you like it, Eric SmileSmile
chavender Plus
5 240 1 France
7 Nov 2012 3:24PM
Like this Jeff.

Good composition and conversion with lots to look at. The path/garden on the left leads the eye nicely to the building at the top and then back into the picture on the other side.

Seems to me to be leaning back a bit (could be the old eyes), probably due to the angle it was shot?
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
7 Nov 2012 3:39PM

Quote:Like this Jeff.

Good composition and conversion with lots to look at. The path/garden on the left leads the eye nicely to the building at the top and then back into the picture on the other side.

Seems to me to be leaning back a bit (could be the old eyes), probably due to the angle it was shot?

or was it one glass of gluhwein too many? WinkSmileSmile

think you're right...the houses were leaning slightly, presumably to offset winter snow falls.

thanks for the comments Smile
capto Plus
4 3.8k 8 United Kingdom
7 Nov 2012 5:11PM
A very successful conversion, nice one.
wynn469 7 150 Wales
9 Nov 2012 7:03PM
Comes across to me well maybe darken the stone walls a bit but this is nit-picking on my part

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