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High Neb to Stanage

By h4rsx  
This was taken last Saturday afternoon up on High Neb in the Peaks.

I wouldn't normally upload a digitally manipulated image, but seeing as I never have, I thought I would make this a 1st, and no doubt this will be a little controversial, but don't take it too seriously, it's just a one off.

I've uploaded the original in V2 with the clear blue sky I had that afternoon and then cloned in a sky from a similar image taken the week before.

Now having said that, would you have otherwise noticed? I certainly couldn't on the full size image once I had blended it in. I would be interested to hear your thoughts.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: edrhodes, tezquirk, zapar40 and 18 more


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edrhodes 14 547 12 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2012 5:44PM
Works for me.

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zapar40 9 66 5 Wales
30 Mar 2012 6:06PM
nicely blended to include the shadow over the green area on right matching clouds above. and a beautiful comp on the f/g.
nice one, ant.
mdiniz 14 2 Brazil
30 Mar 2012 6:11PM
Excellent work.
derekhansen 10 210 24 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2012 6:36PM
Wouldnt have spotted this at all. You picked a very good match as the light looks the same.

An interesting thought. I have taken 2 exposures from the same position a couple of minutes apart and then combined the best of both. Was that digital manipulation or an exposure blend??

Derek
Sue_R Plus
13 11 6 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2012 6:37PM
Works really well and I wouldn't have noticed if you hadn't said. I know some folks don't like things like this, but I have no problem with it at all. Surely the important thing is to create a pleasing image and I think adding the sky has made a good image even better.

Sue Smile
h4rsx 9 17 5 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2012 6:46PM
Thanks Ed, Ant, mdiniz, Derek and Sue, appreciate your comments. Wink

To answer your question Derek, this is a sky taken from 1 image and then blended onto the shot you see above.
BillyGoatGruff 12 191 199 England
30 Mar 2012 7:22PM
Cleverly done
Steve-T 12 56 66 England
30 Mar 2012 7:32PM
Nice blend. Steve.
jeanie Plus
15 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2012 8:10PM
Looks good to me.. would never have twigged if you had not said you had merged the two. Smile
martin.w Plus
17 577 22 United Kingdom
30 Mar 2012 9:26PM
No clue how to do this sort of thing myself, but have no problem with others that can. The end result works....nuff said! Wink

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