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    Winner winner, sasuage dinner Don't know if you had to process that one much Col, but whatever you did, it was just right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scratch View Post
    Winner winer, sasuage dinner Don't know if you had to process that one much Col, but whatever you did, it was just right.
    Wingman - look away now. Nothing done in the basic processing Rob, but the original in full colour was a bit 'lacking'. So, I converted to black and white, then added a gradient map to apply a split toning using the preset 'copper to blue'. The recipe is foreground 4A616F, background E6CFAA. Then adjusted the sliders for best effect.

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    Perfect 'cept for the top being clipped off - IMHO. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by splashtestdummy View Post
    Perfect 'cept for the top being clipped off - IMHO. .
    Tough house! I did consider keeping both the top of the tree and its reflection in the shot, but in the end I went for zooming in a bit (50mm on a C-sensor) to give a tighter composition, which had the necessary effect of clipping either the top or the bottom. I thought that clipping one of them balanced the equally clipped left side, and by going for the top it diverts the eye to the unclipped (and stronger) reflection in the water.

    That's my story and I'm sticking to it

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    As long as you're happy with the thought process behind it ... then I've got no beeatch LOL !

    Reminded me of this:

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    Perfect, 'cept for the composition (and the colours) being as dull as dishwater.

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    Looking upstream across Blaenllechau , Cwm Rhondda-fach.

    Musha rig um du rum da

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    flat calm on loch fitty,


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    Default Loch Katrine



    Loch Katrine in a gloomy mood today

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    Quote Originally Posted by ten to one View Post

    Loch Katrine in a gloomy mood today
    Pike fishing, or out for a sail?
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