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vixalot 5 8 England
22 Sep 2011 9:16PM
You have been out play again hope your feet are dry,
I like the light falling onto the stones
vic

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TickRoe 7 3 5 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2011 8:32AM
As Vic says, the light on the stones is lovely. We're coming up to the best time of year for Padley... get ready for those gorgeous autumn colours.
Chris
NEWMANP 8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2011 11:54AM
even i usually turn out of bed for Padley in autumn.

i think you could get a bit more contrast without the hdr Mate, i think it loses something once hdr comes in to play. ill have a chat next time we have a workshop at the club. its better to use layers and erase through areas of contrast. look at the water flume and you will see what i mean. its turned blobby and the area of highlight where the water hits is still a long way from bright enough.

expose for water to retain detail, then make a layer with highlights pushed to the limits of the histo for white but not blown. blend that back in with erasure and opacity slider. then a add a little detail in highlights and shadows. (into the shadows.) then a bit of dodging and burning on the streaks in the water. hdr has left it a bit flat.

after pushing the contrast, select just the foreground rocks and sharpen them within an inch of their life to make the moss leap out.

regards
Phil

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