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Sunrise 2

By arhab
I notice burn out or flare? on the on the bottom right. My qustion is why it can happen? any comment and critique on the image are welcome. thank you.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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paskinmj 9 11 1 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2012 12:47AM
Nice image. Would like to see the original. The perspective looks too compressed, and the foreground a tad too dark. Hope this makes sense and is taken as constructive?

Kind regards, Matt

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arhab 6 43 2 Indonesia
4 Jul 2012 1:23AM
Thank you Matt, I upload the original on mod section. It getting bright, but the light not enought to make the foreground standout. but i will try to more light it up. And truely that's made me a little confuse to compose the image.
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
4 Jul 2012 3:09AM
I dont see anything bottom right Muhammad on either shot, - can you explain some more?

arhab 6 43 2 Indonesia
4 Jul 2012 4:10AM
on the edge of brick near the man on the right bottom. the colour like burn out, can you see it willie?
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
4 Jul 2012 2:45PM
Do you mean the right as we look at the image on the screen?

Or the right of the scene when looking at the camera, which would be the Left of the screen image?

Either way, I dont see anything, nor do I see a man!

arhab 6 43 2 Indonesia
4 Jul 2012 3:25PM
on the right as we seen on the screen. there is bright spot on that part, there is a man behind the brick willie. is this image to dark? i mean, i can see it.
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
4 Jul 2012 9:15PM
Muhammad, - I can see a man, but only if I increase shadow detail an abnormal amount, and there is no bright spot. You can confirm this by looking at the histogram, which has most of the data on the left. or dark side, so you dont have to rely on the monitor, as it may be off.

What I think perhaps is that your monitor is displaying the image too brightly.

To do a quick check, scroll down to the bottom of this screen.

See that horizontal bar just above where it says Contact Support? You should be able to see 16 distinctly different squares on the line, from white to black. My guess is that the first 5 or 6 on the left look like a single long bar on your monitor? If so, you need to calibrate it. There are likely some free online sites to help, of you might have a programme called Adobe Gamma in your control panel?

Let me know what you find,

arhab 6 43 2 Indonesia
5 Jul 2012 4:52AM
i checked the histogram and you are right there is no sign over exposure. (on the histogram on camera if there are overexposure, on that spot will blink). i think because most of the scene are dark, the bright area looks dominant to my eyes. do not have adobe gamma but i used quick gamma to calibrate and it helped. thank u very much willie, you are very helpful.
banehawi Plus
14 1.8k 3893 Canada
5 Jul 2012 6:26PM
Im glad this worked out! From Ireland to Canada to Indonesia!


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