How wet is too wet?

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  1. Fox Paw

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    I always appreciate any critiques and suggestions but I'm particularly interested in knowing whether these appear over-saturated.

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    I don't think they are over-saturated, but they are pretty soft. The first one also has the sky blown out. I've decided that the sun is evil!

    The second one is a really great sunset. Did you use a tripod?
     
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    Thanks, Lyncca. The second one was actually at dawn. I used a tripod on both.

    I'll check the sharpening. I sharpened the sky much less than the ground in the second one; I'm still not quite sure how much to sharpen skies.
     
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    Nice on both.
     
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    Me too! I've decided that I'm gonna do all my future shooting in the dark -- wait -- I think I'm pretty much in the dark about most things already :lmao:

    I really like the second image. I sure wish I could bring myself to get up for sunrise shots!
     
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    abraxas and Ian, thanks.

    The blown sky on the first one taught me why some HDRs need more than three images.
     

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