autumn: by the Emerald Lake

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  1. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    here I need your help: this is a panoramical shot. I wanted to concentrate on a light falling on the lake through the clouds, but the rays of light are barely visible. how to make them more visible? what exposure settings? underexposing? overexposing?
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    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    sorry but I can't help with number 2, I did have a play in PS but I just made it worst.

    love the last one
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Those colours ... *swooning*

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    Wonderful.
    I really like 1 and 4.
    And I think a bit of underexposure might have helped 2. But that is me just guessing here....
     
  4. mentos_007

    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    I tried underexposing it a bit but then I lost all the details in trees :(
     
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    I love #2.
     
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    I love 2 aswell,maybe you should leave it as it is,people will look hard at the photo when they see the ray.Thats What made me look for so long and thats what makes it a good photo I think.
     
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    Nice shots.
     
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    Hi, I like the shots. If I was shooting the lake I'd take multiple exposures, then its much easier to make it look more like the light was falling where you want. But with a pano it might be hard.

    I did try to touch it up a bit, knew it would be hard. Its the best I could do with a low res. I always find this type of thing hard to pull off, so thats why I tried, hope you dont mind.

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    thanks Snaps!! I should have though about multiple exposure! next time I will try this :D
     

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