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Loch Etive

By Phil_Restan    
Resorting to archives again. This time reflections on loch Etive.
I had real problems with a bright halo along the mountain top after save for web. I found the only way to get rid of it was to select the sky and drag it down 1pixel, thus covering the halo.
I'm not sure why save for web should do this and must be a simpler way to rectify it?
Comments /suggestions welcome

V2 ith the halo, not serious but unwanted.

Tags: Reflections Loch etive Landscape and travel

Voters: phil99, CathyT, rontear and 40 more

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Comments


18 Jan 2011 4:38PM
Two great shots, gotta be version 1 for me!!! i love the reflections x x x

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the PP is a bit too strong for me but i do like the reflections and the light raking through the scene

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RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
18 Jan 2011 5:23PM
To be honest, Phil, I doubt if I would have noticed the halo to which you refer (that's the amateur in me speaking again) but having had it pointed out, I find I do prefer V1.......but I haven't a clue how else you could have removed it. Sorry!
Ronnie.
18 Jan 2011 5:35PM
Love the density of colour to this almost 'slide image' Phil. The contrast of light and dark is awesome too. And to be honest, I rather like V2 as well Smile

John Smile
lovely image
Richsr Plus
8 90 219 England
18 Jan 2011 5:58PM
Both work well Phil, and are certainly worth viewing large for the details in the hills and fine reflection too.
Regards Richard
cassiecat Plus
7 39 46 England
18 Jan 2011 8:51PM
v1 for me.lesley
kaybee 11 4.6k 25 Scotland
18 Jan 2011 9:00PM
No 1 I think
Fabulous !

Chris
20 Jan 2011 9:31AM
Stunning shot, Phil, with of without the halo! Love the reflections Smile
TrevB Smile

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