Sunset

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  1. abraxas

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    Insane colours! Is that out of camera, or was there PP involved?
     
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    Originally it came out of the camera :)

    It's a bad blend of the top from raw and the bottom an hdr. It went muddy on me, but I have to run and figured I post it and take my medicine.

    It was an awesome sunset though.
     
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    I think it's a good blend and I like it.

    Thought I was the only one who blended HDRs with regular shots.
     
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    Thanks. I toned down the saturation in the foreground and uploaded the edit. I'm much happier with it. Skies in HDR exposures always look so 'skritchy' to me. I'm finding that composing keeping the fine selection of plants, twigs, branches, etc. out of the sky help considerably.
     
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    My initial though was IR foreground. Found it instantly eye catching and an awesome cloud formation. I like it!
     
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    Very Nice i like the colors.
    is the picture tilting or is it just the angle of the slope?
     
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    nice photo, beautiful colour, but it is little bit tilted
     
  9. abraxas

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    Thanks.

    The slope is at a right angle to this shot, commonly called a bajada.

    If you notice in the foreground, the drainage is sloping to the left. If the midground slope were tilted to the left to make it appear to be level, the bursage plants would go totally out of a natural look.
     
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    NIce job!! I really like it!
     
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    I want to learn how to do the hdr Thats a awesome picture
     
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    Wow. I really llike this one.

    Dani
     

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