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Sunset mood

By bglimaye
The photo has been taken during Sunset time near Bordi Beach . Fishing boats were kept on the beach and i tried to capture the moment. Please give your valuable feedback .

Tags: Landscape and travel

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ugly Plus
8 9 57 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 9:48AM
A very nice image..
I do like the colours..
Nice comp...

Dave

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KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
30 May 2012 10:08AM
A gorgeous scene, the boat has such character!

I felt it looked a little 'flat' though. I've taken it into Photoshop Elements 9 and made a few tweaks here and there, i.e. I went into 'Enhance > Adjust Lighting > Levels' and adjusted the blue. In 'Quick' I adjusted the Shadows/Midtones/High Lights. I nudged the saturation slightly and used the noise filters to remove a little noise which was in the sky.

A quick re-size and sharpen and here it is - I hope you approve! Thank you for giving me the opportunity, it's quite fun working on someone elses work - even if all the adjustments were tiny! Smile

(ooh! I forgot, I did crop a little off left, right and top)
30 May 2012 10:12AM

Quote:A gorgeous scene, the boat has such character!

I felt it looked a little 'flat' though. I've taken it into Photoshop Elements 9 and made a few tweaks here and there, i.e. I went into 'Enhance > Adjust Lighting > Levels' and adjusted the blue. In 'Quick' I adjusted the Shadows/Midtones/High Lights. I nudged the saturation slightly and used the noise filters to remove a little noise which was in the sky.

A quick re-size and sharpen and here it is - I hope you approve! Thank you for giving me the opportunity, it's quite fun working on someone elses work - even if all the adjustments were tiny! Smile

(ooh! I forgot, I did crop a little off left, right and top)


Thank you very much for your modification. I like it. If possible is it possible for you to send to my email id.? Please confirm
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
30 May 2012 10:27AM
I'm really pleased you like it - all you have to do is right click on it and 'Save picture as...'. Smile
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 11:06AM
A well chosen subject, I like the mood and the dog we nearly miss at the back of the large boat. IB
30 May 2012 11:14AM

Quote:A gorgeous scene, the boat has such character!

I felt it looked a little 'flat' though. I've taken it into Photoshop Elements 9 and made a few tweaks here and there, i.e. I went into 'Enhance > Adjust Lighting > Levels' and adjusted the blue. In 'Quick' I adjusted the Shadows/Midtones/High Lights. I nudged the saturation slightly and used the noise filters to remove a little noise which was in the sky.

A quick re-size and sharpen and here it is - I hope you approve! Thank you for giving me the opportunity, it's quite fun working on someone elses work - even if all the adjustments were tiny! Smile

(ooh! I forgot, I did crop a little off left, right and top)
Thank you very much for your modification. I like it. If possible is it possible for you to send to my email id.? Please confirm


if possible can you send to my email id bhalchandra.limaye@kbl.co.in. I tried to do right click and save but the picture size is too small.
puertouk 4 1.1k 17 United Kingdom
30 May 2012 12:22PM
It looks like a filter has been added to the sky area?
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3492 Canada
30 May 2012 3:54PM
Process for re sizing, sharpening and uploading:

Resize image: Image>Image size> set pixels per inch to 72; then set the longest side to what the site allows; then during the save as process, you will adjust the quality slider to get the right file size, then save.

Next: Open the new image. Check for sharpness at 100%. It will very likely need to be sharpened. You can use whatever method you prefer; here is a reliable method you can use:

Filter>sharpen>unsharp mask; set Radius = 0.8; set threshold = 3; now slide the Amount slider all the way to the right, which oversharpens the shot; then slide it slowly back to the left until it doesnt look soft, and doesnt look too sharp.

You can view your image and turn Preview on and off to see how youre doing. When your happy, press OK, then SAVE. Now upload.



Regards



Willie
SueEley 10 279 96 Wales
31 May 2012 8:17PM
Really like this. Both your coloration and Karen's. But I prefer the horizon straight! I assumed the lack of sharpness was intentional, but then I take pics with pinholes etc. I also don't mind the central composition - everything clusters round the central boat, drawing attention, which works for me, and the two little boats look endearingly duckling like. I did rather assume some processing had been added.....

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