Two from Today's location shoot. (CandC)

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  1. Tyjax

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    Let me know what you think Guys...

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    Some of you pro's give me some growing advice.
     
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    Dmitri No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very pretty! :mrgreen:


    There seems to be something on the front rock, on the right of the waterfall. No idea what it is, but it kind of stands out. But its look past-able, and the beauty of the waterfall shines thru. :thumbup:
     
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    That was a positively neon growth of algae and water discoloration... selective desaturation in PP killed the tone in other parts of the pic. So I just left it... it WAS there after all.... meh... shrug. It bugged me a little. Maybe I should try harder to use curves to get it out...
     
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    If you want to desaturate just the algae, you can use an adjustment layer with a layer mask to affect just the area you need.
     
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    Growing advice? :D Hehe.

    #2 is way way WAY too yellow. Do the Hue/Saturation tool, go to the yellow channel and play with the Saturation level, the hue, and the lightness.

    #1 is very good but needs cropping IMO.

    Since #1 and #2 are basically of the same place and lighting use number one as a guide while doing the hue/sat for number two.
     

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