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    Set in snow

    Set in snow

    This is a groomed cross country ski trail/track that hasn't been skied on yet. It also turned out to be a completely unexpected WB skills challenge in ACR. I didn't like what I was getting but then I got to the bottom of the panel to saturation adjustment...desaturation to be exact, its was a warm and wonderful "Aha" moment

    Or at least I think it might be, my monitor is awful and uncalibrated, so I could easily be off.

    C&C welcome

    Debbie

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    Re: Set in snow

    Just a tinny, tinny tint of red hue on it, Debbie.

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    Re: Set in snow

    Tracks in the snow make for very good use of pattern and leading lines. Plus you get the challenge of shadow effects within the image.

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    Re: Set in snow

    Since the very slight tint of red is most prominent in the corners (at least on my screen), couldn't she make a lens abberation adjustment and undo some of the vignetting which may be occuring? I would think if there is a hint of red, it would be everywhere....and I am not seeing it that way...just a thought.

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    Re: Set in snow

    Thanks for the comments gents. Now that you mention it I can see the slight red hue in the upper and lower right corners of the image - the comments from another set of eyes are really vital to becoming a better photographer, I appreciate them all.
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