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  1. his4ever

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    This is the original shot... nothing done to it (As you can tell it was very foggy this morn, I was thankful the baby woke me up so early so I could catch this!). so i decided to have fun...

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    And I had another one that was really cool... I used the burn function and it turned out really neat... but I am to tired to put that on here right now... sorry (It is because the baby woke me up to early this morn...)
    Thanks for looking. If you have any other suggestions please let me know.
    Oh P.S., I just moved, so my CTR monitor is not hooked up yet to my laptop.. so I have no idea if these are right... so sorry if they seem a bit off.
     
  2. astrostu

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    I like the sepia version (#2) best, but I also like the original. I have no real suggestions, though it might have been cool if the sun has been shining through the trees to create some interesting shadows.
     
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    I like #1 & 2. I would of never thought to photograph fog but they came over very nice.
     
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    Ah, oldnavy, fog photos are great fun and you should try to take pics soon as fog comes your way! They have an atmosphere of their own, mysterious, soft, quiet, serene, all that.

    And I like what you found and captured here, his4ever!
    I like the original and think it also works in b+w and b+wtinted.
    What is it you did to create the fourth version then?

    I guess I still like the original best here...
     
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    This is first into RGB and then I moved the layers around and made one of them into a bruned layer. It was a fun experiment and I think I now figured out about the whole rgb thing. :D Personally I think this pic is too dark.

    BTW: Thank you all for your comments!
     
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    i love the mood you get with fog photos, i don't get too much fog where I live... i like the original and #4, i think the softness shows the mood of fog better in these... :thumbup:
     

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