Another one from the Donut Falls Hike

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  1. agrteknolan

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    I dig it.

    If me while I was doing the PP I would have magic wand selected the road and decreased he brightness + increased the contrast in the "Brightness/Contrast" tool. (just a little.

    Great image! :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks!

    Yeah, however I have a different solution, provided I can get a rain free slot of time this weekend I'm gonna try and HDR this spot on the hike.
     
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    How about this:




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    No good?
     
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    Hey, I'd forgotten all about donut falls. I'll have to try and make it out there this weekend.
     
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    Definitely good. I was just thinking of trying a different method with a new shoot.
     
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    Supposedly rain this weekend :grumpy:
     
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    That's not a problem for me. I don't mind rain at all. Of course I'll have to figure out a way to keep the camera dry, but hopefully that won't be too difficult. It never rains hard enough to actually get anything wet around here anyways. :D

    When it rains, roll down the windows, turn the radio up full blast, and laugh at the face of the person in the car next to you. That's my motto.
     
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    Looking forward to checking it out! :thumbup:
     
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    The processing of that path looks fantastic, Bifurcator. I'm not a fan of the sky though, looks too filled in, and around the edges of the tree tops is very pixelated. A small feather before the fill could have fixed that, but still I prefer natures original.
     
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    Great shot
     
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    Yeah, it was just a quicky. For the sky I just selected two colors already present near the tree leaves to keep it honest. :D

    It was mostly a proof of theory thing and not much time was spent on it.
     

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