River Valley

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  1. Blaithin

    Blaithin TPF Noob!

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    These were taken this summer and this past winter. C and C welcome as always as well as I was wondering if anyone would have pointers about how to perhaps make them pop just a bit more. Thanks :)

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    I can't see the pics. :(
     
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    i hvae some version that have better pop, can we post edited versions?

    i edited them in picasa (so nothing fancy) bumped up highlights, fill light and shadows at varying degrees and got some neat results.
     
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    If you could post them it would be great :)
     
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    first one didn't have much to work with (or at least not with my limited abilities) so i think i only sharpened it

    the 2nd and 3rd ones i fiddled with the levels and sharpened them.
     
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    Altering the levels really worked for the last two but I think the first image was just born to be b/w. I would convert and up the contrast for a more dramatic look. Also, if you really wanted to play with photoshop you could try adding some dramatic clouds from another photograph.
     

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