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    Misty Sunrise

    Trying out Nik HDR Efx Pro. Comments Welcome

    Misty Sunrise

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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    This works very well for me. Perhaps the colors of the rising sun are a bit too intense, but not by a lot.

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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    Beautiful landscape. I wonder if you have too much contrast and a bit oversharp? With mist and fog, I like a bit more softness to help the feel of the misty morn. Just a suggestion.

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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    Hi Jeff,
    I agree with the points already made, but overall a nice shot.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    Was wondering if you had got lost in the snow.

    A typical Jeff type landscape capture. Beautiful and peaceful. Just a hint of softening would help but is great as is.

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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Buckley View Post
    This works very well for me. Perhaps the colors of the rising sun are a bit too intense, but not by a lot.
    Thanks Mike, that's helpful

    J

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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    Quote Originally Posted by Nat View Post
    Beautiful landscape. I wonder if you have too much contrast and a bit oversharp? With mist and fog, I like a bit more softness to help the feel of the misty morn. Just a suggestion.
    Interestingly, there's just capture sharpening applied here, with screen sharpening on export from Lightroom.

    Interesting comment re the contrast - I can control this in HDR EFX Pro & I'll experiement.

    Thanks for taking the time to respond.

    J

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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobobird View Post
    Was wondering if you had got lost in the snow.

    A typical Jeff type landscape capture. Beautiful and peaceful. Just a hint of softening would help but is great as is.
    Thanks Bobo, the weather has been terrible lately, & I can't even see the landscape, let alone photograph it ! I'll try a bit of negative clarity on the mist an see what happens.

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    Re: Misty Sunrise

    Here's a version incorporating the comments from the thread.

    Misty Sunrise

    I'm going to persevere with HDR EFX Pro - it looks promising. Thanks again to all for the responses.

    J

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