Winter Sunrise

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  1. Lolli

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    Wanted to share these too. This is taken on the river that runs through my Dad's backyard. Sunrises are rare because of the Valley where it sits.

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    If anyone knows how to fix the sky where it seems so bright, please let me know. I love the picture but the brightness I think detracts from it.


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    Nice captures and sweet colours.

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    You could try using Photoshop's "Burn" tool over the clouds, and see if that helps. Set it to burn "highlights" for the best results, and turn the exposure setting on the tool down to about 5%.
     
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    Thank you I will try that tomorrow and see if that works.
     
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    I like shot 3. The exposure makes the water look like snow unless it is indeed snow?
    Nice capture as well.
     
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    It is snow on the river or rather ice. Usually by mid January it is covered in solid ice and the area in the bottom left becomes an ice skating rink of sorts.
     

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