today's sunset

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  1. huhu lin

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    Welcome any comments:lol:
     
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    i was sitting there looking at the first one trying to decide if i liked it, but then i scrolled down and saw the second one! awesome sunset shot... just beautiful... :thumbup:
     
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    These are amazing, though I am not sure about the colours and the sharpness. They look a bit too post-processed, and particularly the grass looks too crisp and sharp. And did you play with the colours?
    I am SURE the sky was very, very beautiful, but was it like this?
     
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    reply to LaFoTo:
    Yes the color was more about blue that night but I enhanced it with curve by PS(Sharpness was also post-processed).
    to tell the truth,I don't like these pics...
    but I shot them so I post them >"<
     
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    Would your dare show us the untouched originals? Or do you prefer that to be your secret, i.e. how they were originally?
     
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    yeah why not?
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    as you can see...too noisy and un-sharp
    I use two pics at same spot but two different exposures(upper and down) to combine this one
    so you can see that double shadows of grasses
     
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    You might want to put this into the Photoshop Challenges sub-section in the Photo Themes Forum and see what others can do with this? Maybe?
    (I wish I knew how to combine two photos and use their different parts in one... I haven't got a clue as to how that is done.... :()
     
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    to LaFoTo:
    "If you know the function of layers in PS,you know how to combine" ^_^
    I read about layers in our language,its a bit hard for me to translate it into English.Maybe you could go google and type layers in photoshop or sth,maybe that will let you figure it out ^_^
     
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    I had to look at them a couple times but the more I looked the more I liked :) The grass in the second one looks like its about to come out of the picture... or am I the only one that thinks that? :) You can really see the movement in 3 once you sharpened it up and lightened it. Neat :)
     

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