Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by DeadEye, May 16, 2007.
It's a little busy. My eyes are not sure what you want them to look at. It's too bad that the sky got blown out (it's completely white and you won't be able to pull any data from it). However, exoposing for the sky and the ground at the same time is really tricky.
It was a terrible haze day and took a shot to see what I could get.
I get blown out skies around here a lot. Either clear bright blue or in May/June gray and blah. Tried a polarizing filter but the haze is usually still haze. I try to ignore the sky and shoot without it. So I'm with BB also-- too busy, should have gone with excluding the sky altogether and found a subject in the view.
After the fact I would crop the sky out.
While shooting I would use a graduated neutral density filter to even off the exposure between the sky and the ground and in Photoshop use a graduated blue filter to turn the haze into a blue sky.
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