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Clk nice shot. Thereís a reflection I. The sand in the bottom right corner I would clone out if it was mine but itís a good sunset nonetheless. Tfs
 



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A vanishing line !



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That's a nice one. Good composition and color combo
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Js5 good use of hdr! Not over the top which I like. How did you process the image photoshop or a stand alone software.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote JS5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 June 2019 at 01:24
Thanks Fred for comments, it's very appreciated !

Originally posted by C_N_RED_AGAIN C_N_RED_AGAIN wrote:

Js5 good use of hdr! Not over the top which I like. How did you process the image photoshop or a stand alone software.


THis was shot with no filter at sunset. Except for the sunburst, the meter reading for the sky and the reflection in the water was probably pretty close.

From there :

Raw was develop in capture one (mostly for getting the best of shadow and highlight)

Then in photoshop, i locally adjust highlight and shadow again (using the lasso or burn/dodge tool). By far the longest part.

Then i use a tool in Nik collection call BRILLANCE/WARMTH. That make the blue and yellow pop-up a bit more. I find this more subtle and look more natural than using saturation in PS.

There is a sunburst in the original shot, but not has obvious. The trick was to superpose another one on top of the original...

Thats about it !

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The sun setting right behind the Radio Kootwijk building


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What would that image be without the magic triangles of light in the reflecting pool? Great photo, Pieter!
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I like this. To bad it has all the contrails I think it would look even better but itís great as is to. Tfs
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Stormy sunset

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Greek sunset

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Nikiti marina

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A CanyonLands NP, Utah sunset, as photographed from Island in the Sky

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Ridgeway sunset.


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