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  1. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    these are a bit too dark, but this is one 47 extinct volcanos in the greater auckland region. this is rangitoto, an island formed about 500 years old just across the bay where i live. The images are bit dark, but i could only adjust the levels so far before the colours give out :( any suggestions? Maybe play with curves?

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  2. photobug

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    Great shots Mark. Curves should work. Try using the individual channels before you use the master setting & see how that works.
     
  3. MDowdey

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    maybe just try a different time of day? I really like your outdoors pictures by the way...


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    Hey Vonnagy.

    Is that Lake Taupo?
     
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    levels/curves and then check the saturation
     
  6. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    nope, its just across the bay from Auckland, but as soon as I get a car I'm gonna mosey on down to Taupo for a wee photoshoot! It beautiful there, you've been?

    I really love twilight, i'm in the zone then (pardon the really awful pun). Just think I might have to play with the shutter speed/fstop a bit more to get more light. Usually @ 20:00 here is the best time to catch the lighting in the harbour.

    I've already manipulate the levels and saturation, if i did anymore, the photo would look really yuck. I think the curves might be the way to go on this.

    Thanks doxx, surfingfireman, mdowdy & photobug for your comments and suggestions.. much appreciated and very very helpful.
     

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