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    ...Next is Dark

    For your view and reviews ....

    [img]...Next is Dark[/img]
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    Re: ...Next is Dark

    It's very dark. Did you do any post processing to this image?

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    Re: ...Next is Dark

    At full screen size I am seeing a lighter strip at the very bottom edge?

    It definitely looks better at full screen size where the orange light 'banding' becomes more obvious.

    I wonder about a little bit of selective sharpening of the foreground to help with perspective.

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    Re: ...Next is Dark

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    I wonder about a little bit of selective sharpening of the foreground to help with perspective.
    Agree. And a touch more contrast in the same selection might break through some of that haze.

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    Re: ...Next is Dark

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowman View Post
    It's very dark. Did you do any post processing to this image?
    Hello sir,
    it has been subjected to PP; that made it a bit dark, to do justice to the title
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    Re: ...Next is Dark

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    At full screen size I am seeing a lighter strip at the very bottom edge?

    It definitely looks better at full screen size where the orange light 'banding' becomes more obvious.

    I wonder about a little bit of selective sharpening of the foreground to help with perspective.
    Thank you sir,
    I had noticed the variation of shade towards bottom, yet a bit careless regarding that
    I have done overall sharpening; but no selective operation
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    Re: ...Next is Dark

    Quote Originally Posted by kdoc856 View Post
    Agree. And a touch more contrast in the same selection might break through some of that haze.
    Good idea, which i should work upon
    Thank you very much, Kevin
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