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Short Lived Burst on the Valley


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I was wondering how Europe was doing as to snow...

 

Very nice landscape there!



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I was wondering how Europe was doing as to snow... Very nice landscape there!


Thanks krag and HNY! :P



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Great Scene.  Have you processed it?  This one would look great with a single shot HDR.  I can post an example if you wish.



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Great Scene.  Have you processed it?  This one would look great with a single shot HDR.  I can post an example if you wish.


Always open to new ideas… go for it!



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Always open to new ideas… go for it!

Here is a quick run through Aurora HDR followed by a little dehaze in ON1.  Other software would do a good job as well.

 

The result has added noise which can be filtered out but the point is to show what can be brought out when trying different things.

Using an original RAW file would provide great results.   The original here was a scaled down JPG so only has 8 bits of data tow work with.

 

Also, how much you bring out of the shadows is up to you, and dehazing will do wonders with most photos as well.


Next to it is the same Pic with a quick of Topaz denoise.

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I was hoping for good cooking with a new recipe but, though there
is more apparent frost on the trees of the closer hills, the drama of
the capricious weather is gone.

Mother Nature is to be tasted the way it seasons itself… me think!
 



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Pseudo-HDR will seldom, if ever, render better than carefully mapping the tones in the conversion stage. A real HDR is a totally different thing. 

 

Think of the difference between using a compressor before the gain stage(s) and applying a compressor last when recording sound.