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Mount Ciremai Behind The Clouds

By arhab
What attracked me at first is the scene where there are houses under the mountain, but i never there at right condition. Until a few days ago, i see the clouds in front of the mount where amaze me.

I'm not so sure if the composition work, i tried find something to become ass a lead but never found it. i process to b&w using channel mixer r:20 g:40 b:40. I choose this, base on this [link=article][/link] . But because i think the result look flat to me, i change the brightness etc,, until i found the result that satisfied.

Tags: Black and white Landscape and travel

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banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3849 Canada
1 Dec 2012 3:37PM
That link doesnt work for me Muhammad.

Theres a lot of digital noise in this that looks off. It across the whole image, but there are also vertical lines through the image which can be seen if sharpness is increased that suggest something went wrong along the way in processing, as these are issue that have been introduced in processing.

Load you original as a modification so we can see what you started with?

Ive loaded a mod, but is quite soft after using noise reduction software on it.

Ive cropped some space from the to and right.



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arhab 6 43 2 Indonesia
1 Dec 2012 5:59PM
You are right Willie, i added texture effect, now i know it's bad. Sorry, i didn't check the link again, wrong place when paste. this is the link article and upload the original on mod. Thanks for the mod, I see your point, cropping the top side.
paulbroad 10 123 1234 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2012 9:09PM
I am a great beleiver in keeping away from all these wonderful effect filters. They rarely add anything and usually detract from quality. There is a good image in there but you look to be rather under exposed and I would have stayed with colour.


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