Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by PaulStat, Jan 15, 2007.
I think I might of just about saved this photo, it was drastically underexposed. What do you think?
I think i would have to agree with you. Sometimes you have to do that in order to save the highlights. But i still think the image as a whole could be brighter.
A bit brighter it is then, more comments please
beautiful sky and i like the choppy water... looks like a tough shot without having a ND filter (split/graduated) because the brighter the shot gets the less detail you have in that great sky... overall i like it. :thumbup:
Actually the large version of the picture has a fair bit of graininess on the mountains for example, how would I go about making this less?
That sky is nice, though it still looks quite a bit underexposed in your first version here. Also in the second, mind, though I don't know when the point will come when you lose the first bit of detail in the clouds (which, of course, you cannot want).
I don't know how noise can only partially be removed from a picture, I'm afraid.... would be interesting to know.
The 2nd version is better in my mind, great shot
I think this pic is uber cool. The darkness/ underexposure (whatever you want to call it) adds a feeling of mystery and emotion that I for one enjoy.
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