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Boynielaad

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Wow. Breathtaking.

Took a look at your Flickr / Darkr and was very impressed with the set.

Without entering into a tutorial would you mind, briefly, explaining how you achieved the vivid colours please?
 
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vulkan75

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Wow. Breathtaking.

Took a look at your Flickr / Darkr and was very impressed with the set.

Without entering into a tutorial would you mind, briefly, explaining how you achieved the vivid colours please?

Thanks very much....basically you need an interesting sky 10 mins before or after sunset or sunrise...then underexpose the sky and you'll be pleasantly surprised what colours are actually there subtlely hidden from view...I took the sky down by means of GND filters.

I would certainly be grateful for a quick summary of how you achieved this shot. Fantastic work.


Thank you

Basically ensure you get a slow shutter speed this will be determined by the time of day and F number...see above..This makes the water milky like so. Then stop down the sky by means of GND filters or bracket your shots and blend the exposures in Ps.

hopefully thats helpful in a nutshell

now go vote:D :smashin:
 

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