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Architecture

By hasu  
One from my stock photos "July 2006" Photography in Dubai.

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel Architecture and landscape

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franken Plus
15 4.3k 4 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2011 7:27PM
Works for me.

Ken

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banehawi 13 1.7k 3747 Canada
23 Mar 2011 8:04PM
HI Harry,

Theres some evidence in this shot of post processing work that could have been done better. I see areas behind the central tree, and down the side of the left tower that appear to have been subject to some treatment, likely brightening.


If you want to have the sky area at the side of the left tower evenly coloured, select the tone you want from the upper part of the shot; the with a small soft brush, paint in close to the building while holding down the shift key. This will provide precisely straight lines.


I have loaded a mod with some of this sorted out (not the tree!), sharpened a little, increased shadow detail, and corrected a very slight lean in the left tower.




Hope this is helpful,

regards


Willie
hasu 9 8 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2011 8:28PM
Hi Willie, First of all thank you for the mode and a specially for the explanation, because I was looking at the Mod and could not see much except cleaning the left side (smoke or something was there which I did not bothered to clear!! I suppose due to laziness!) yes I could notice the shadow details which I also did it but I didn't wanted to over do it (for some reason I could see okay in my monitor) but as I said, I could notice the difference and looks much clearer. Believe me or not, I have not touched the central tree and could not see nothing "behind the central tree!!" regards. Harry.

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