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Sal on the Letort
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Submitterslay12345More Photos from slay12345   Category2009 Photo Contest   Last Update2009/10/29 16:23
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Lush greens for my calendar submission

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TheDude
Published: 2009/11/1 20:27  Updated: 2009/11/1 20:27
Joined: 05/04/2007
From: A little-known town called Bellefonte
Comments: 248
 Re: Sal on the Letort
Great photo! I love the feel of this one that you created by digitally altering it. I have so many average looking pictures all full of green that could really used being enhanced like this. As I try to figure it out, it looks like you created a vignette of darkness and hue change around the edges, and maybe selective blurring. Can you give me some pointers?
slay12345
Published: 2009/11/2 14:14  Updated: 2009/11/2 14:14
Joined: 02/17/2009
From: Landisville
Comments: 187
 Re: Sal on the Letort
I will have to upload the original to show you the comparison. It was actually over exposed so the hue change was a result of bring down the exposure and lightening up the resulting shadows and dark spots. Also the vignette was used to tone down the bottom and left side which was nearly completely blown out. No selective blur in post, just shot at f/5.6 for a somewhat narrow depth of field. Here is a link to the to some other images from this trip including the original of this image... http://s666.photobucket.com/albums/vv ... swayo%20Creek/Letort%20S/
TheDude
Published: 2009/11/2 19:19  Updated: 2009/11/2 19:19
Joined: 05/04/2007
From: A little-known town called Bellefonte
Comments: 248
 Re: Sal on the Letort
Thanks for the reply, slay. You did a heck of a job adjusting that picture! The original looks like most PA-green shots turn out for me. I have always just forgotten about them, figuring I need a bring tripod if I want to do it right. Your amazing transformation makes me want to reconsider all of them!





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