And it just wouldn't be right...

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  1. Nikon Fan

    Nikon Fan TPF Noob!

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    If I didn't post a few of my sunsets with some PS work to change them up a bit. I'm actually working on a few more, but can't quite get them the way I like them, so they'll be posted tommorow :) Also I tried some different crop approaches, not sure how successful they are though.

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  2. JonMikal

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    Amanda, that first shot is awesome! the clouds and tone of the sky - perfect!!! :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks Jon :) I just finished adjusting these two...the second one is way over done, but I was shooting for a Lion King type of feel, and more of a panoramic style. The other isn't really adjusted that much.

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    I really like them all, but that first one is really outstanding!
     
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    Thanks Chase :) That's my fav out of all of them as well...It's amazing what adding a hue and saturation layer can do when you apply it other ways besides normal, I believed this one was applied as luminosity.
     
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    I like the first one the most cause of the warm tone, the sun looks really good, along with the highlights in clouds. Good exposure, well done.
     

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