Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by audiobomber, Jul 15, 2008.
I think #2 could have been great if you stepped in front of the bushes and small trees to get a cleaner view of the field.
I agree with the above comment and also add the sky is completely blown out, you should have underexposed it a bit during processing.
I thought it was considered good form to leave some foreground in the shot. Now that you mention it though, it is pretty brushy looking.
Try something like this:
The sky got a little messed up, sorry.
I kind of like the cartoonish sky, but how about this one?
I think the saturation helps, but I also think you have a dirty sensor.
Holy crap, you're right. I have a dust removal program in the camera, and I've been so careful. I've only had the camera three months, this is disappointing.
Thank god for photoshop. Get yourself a Giotto Rocket blower ... a small investment to save yourself alot of grief.
Are you sure this dust is in the camera on the image sensor? It's probably on one ends of your lens...
Good point, I'll look there first.
... looks like sensor glop to me, but I agree that you should check the lens before driving yourself crazy...
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