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Falconer 11 16
14 Nov 2008 4:30PM
lovely mood in challenging conditions

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NexusImages 9 1.8k 4 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2008 4:34PM
This is bloody marvelous Pete. Dunno what your moaning about. Wink
m.x.
JouŠo 12 56 Finland
14 Nov 2008 4:36PM
classic...

Jouko
richardwheel 11 217 2 England
14 Nov 2008 4:37PM

Quote:This is bloody marvelous Pete


yup, agreed, now stop fiddling Smile
iancam 7 23 England
14 Nov 2008 4:39PM
Wonderful
Ian
MrsS 9 4.5k 18 England
14 Nov 2008 5:11PM

Quote:This is bloody marvelous Pete

Right! So now THREE of us have told you, will you start listening, please!? Wink

F x
jdenman 8 18 5 Spain
14 Nov 2008 5:15PM
I think it should be left alone as it is, a beautiful landscape with cracking sky.
John
nuts 9 Netherlands
14 Nov 2008 6:11PM
awsome
14 Nov 2008 6:21PM
This is beautiful...wow...great colors..
Dimitre
accystan 11 132 6 Canada
14 Nov 2008 6:25PM
A stunning landscape with just the right shutter speed to convey a sense of motion in the water.

It came across on both my (lcd) screens as having a little too much magenta so I've uploaded a mod. Getting these screens to show a 'correct' spectrum is a problem and I don't care to spend money on monitor calibration software.

Cheers,

Dave D
looboss 9 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2008 6:31PM
Done a modest mod Smile
webjam 11 292 11 Netherlands
14 Nov 2008 6:47PM
Hmmmm, pink.... And the other of Rannoch Moor pink as wel....
Are you finding the feminine side of yourself, Goggz? Smile

Think there could be a problem just with processing the RAW files. In Capture One (I use the LE version), you can add magnenta or lessen it with a slider which is found in the White Balance tab. Maybe it is a setting like this which is turned on?

The pic is pretty light on my monitor here - yeah, I am exploring my 'darker' side... A tiny bit darker and the pink will be just a part of the overall image and add a sense of mystery.

Jacqueline
newy17 10 273 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2008 6:54PM
A Beauty pete Smile done a mod Smile
ian
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2008 7:00PM
I love the overall image. Some good alternatives there in the mods section too. Like Mand's version.

Jeanie
Blenkinsopp 10 320 4 England
14 Nov 2008 7:08PM
Think you are being quite hard on yourself - of course others will notice things if you point them out !!
- love the detail and movement in the water
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
14 Nov 2008 7:19PM
this is beautiful.lesley
xstevex 8 89 1 England
14 Nov 2008 8:06PM
looks ok to me

steve
14 Nov 2008 8:11PM
Perfection is in the eye of the beholder, looks good to me. Tony
Nigel_95 Plus
10 260 2 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2008 8:45PM
Where is this Pete? Wink
It was a pleasure to meet you at the weekend. I hope your hand is better soon.

Nigel
conrad 11 10.9k 116
14 Nov 2008 10:38PM
You're right about the magenta, but it's a colour I happen to like... Smile

Still a good shot. Oh, and I rather like some of the mods as well.
fatherpie 8 18 12 England
14 Nov 2008 10:49PM
Great work IMHO
Dave
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
14 Nov 2008 10:56PM

Quote:Hmmmm, pink.... And the other of Rannoch Moor pink as well....
Are you finding the feminine side of yourself, Goggz?



Errr.... nope!


Quote:A tiny bit darker and the pink will be just a part of the overall image and add a sense of mystery.
Jacqueline



Fair enough Jacqueline. I'll give it a try again. My monitor is calibrated so there shouldn't be a problem there. Perhaps I've done something in Lightroom that has made it this way. Anyhow, it seems as though you all think it's passable. Thanks for that Smile

And thanks Mand, Accystan, Looboss & Newy17 for the mods. Some interesting points in there, with changes to channels etc. Things I'd never think of!
linda63 8 68 Wales
14 Nov 2008 11:18PM
Great place Pete.
Linda
SuperRoo 9 63 2 Australia
14 Nov 2008 11:37PM
Tremendous capture Pete... tremendous movement in the water!!! Can't help you with the colour issues as I'm partially colour blind... but I think a mono version would solve your problem!!! Wink

Paul
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
15 Nov 2008 12:19AM
Hoi Linda!! Smile Yeah, a great place! Until you fall into the river that is Sad

Paul - I was goin to upload a mono version later! Cheap votes Wink

Nice conversion too!
Cheers, Goggz
rowarrior 8 4.4k 9 Scotland
15 Nov 2008 12:32AM
Ahem, stop fiddling with yourself right now Wink Does look quite pink on the left, but who cares, it works!
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
15 Nov 2008 12:59AM
One thing I'd forgotten about (and you reminded me of it Katy with your sunny smile) is that this was shot into the "sun". I wonder if I'm just making the tinge more obvious in the processing...

Anyway, off to bed now - no more fiddling Wink
Wooly 10 112 4 England
15 Nov 2008 8:23AM
A superb capture Pete. Couldn't resist a mod.

Alan
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
15 Nov 2008 11:39AM
Ta Wooly! An excellent mod too!

Here is what Alan wrote on his mod (No: 6):


Quote:Couldn't resist having a tweak at this cracking image.

Converted it to 16bit LAB mode.

Adjusted the a&b channels to kill the colour cast and masked out the f/g

Used a very fine blur brush on the right edge of the mountain.

Gave the L channel a contast curve and killed some of that in the f/g

Added a touch more USM just to the L channel and again masked a touch of that in the f/g



Interesting stuff. This is probably what confuses me the most about photoshop - there are so many different ways to skin the cat!

Cheers, Goggz
digicammad 13 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2008 12:14PM
There may be a slight cast but it's still a stunning shot. Might be worth tweaking the curves a touch to bring out the mood.

Ian
bunbeam 10 2 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2008 12:15PM
amazing shot, well captured
bunSmile
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
15 Nov 2008 4:20PM
Thanks Ian, I'm working on a redo at the moment.

CHeers Bun!
webjam 11 292 11 Netherlands
15 Nov 2008 9:21PM
OK, where is the new version... Wink

Jacqueline
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
16 Nov 2008 1:03AM
Sorry Jacqueline, I've thrown my hands up in despair... every time I think I've got it right I get some horrible pink cast or another crappy end result. I've figured out the weird stuff on the right of the mountain - that is chromatic aberration and I've sorted it out in LR2 with -7 red/cyan & +21 blue/yellow, with defringe off. As soon as I try and do a second layer and Multiply, it seems to bring it back with a vengeance. All I want to achieve is a nice moody sky and a normal looking foreground.

However, when I get the image loaded into CS3 and start playing around with it, I can't help thinking that I should have done a 3 stop bracket, so that I can get it right by doing an HDR, instead of continuing with the -1EV original file that I have. In other words, I am cheesed off trying to convert a pigs ear into a silk purse...

Perhaps I should do a single exposure, three stop HDR... anyway, I have a whole bottle of 13% Cabernet Sauvignon (Calloway Crossing Smile ) floating around in my bloodstream at the moment and I'm in no mood to do anything constructive. I'll try again later today (tomorrow).

Hic! Goggz Smile

p.s. thanks for all the mods and constructive comments gals & guys... we need to get this nailed so I learn something...

Peace & LOve to all Smile
16 Nov 2008 10:06PM
Ok Pete, as I see everything through pink glasses when it comes to Scotland - I don't mind the pink hues. I think it is a fabulous image, great composition and ......................... sooooooooo Scottish!
Johanna
16 Nov 2008 10:06PM
Ok Pete, as I see everything through pink glasses when it comes to Scotland - I don't mind the pink hues. I think it is a fabulous image, great composition and ......................... sooooooooo Scottish!
Johanna
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
16 Nov 2008 10:27PM
Thank You Johanna!

Thanks You Johanna! Wink

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