Creve Coeur Lake of St. Louis - Tone Mapped

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  1. Dao

    Dao No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Creve Coeur Lake of St. Louis

    Taken on Aug 08 around 5 to 6 am.

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    i like it, but that darker cloud that seems to be closer seems like it's in the way. and it seems like it could be a little sharper in the foreground
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    When TPF automatically resizes photos, make sure you click on the bar above to get the original size. The TPF-resizing leaves photos quite pixellated and ugly. You have to look at them in their original size.

    I agree about the dark cloud.
    Though on the other hand, I like that bit of "sinister aspect" of it, of something dark creeping in from the side --- though that thought does not go quite so well with your tone-mapping :scratch:
     
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    I really like the photo, but I agree that the cloud on the right should go. It looks like someone's got a woodpile burning out of the frame or something.
     
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    Thanks everyone. The cloud ... was actually the morning fog. And since it was a little dark at that time so it appeared as a dark cloud.
     

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