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  zmey 2009-06-22 8:52

hi Andre
the framing idea is nice, including the glowing, golden clouds and the storm. but what's happening with the sand-rocks? the light does not seem natural. were you pulling them out of the shadows in pp?

kristaps

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Old 06-23-2009, 02:00 PM
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Default To zmey: The Foreground was Overexposed.

Hi Kris,

The darkness of the middle mountains (dark blue) were due to the cloud shadows. The The foreground mountains which is on another layer is overexposed. It should be a little darker. Sometimes when I am done doing a photo, I go to bed and next day I post it without review. It shouldn't be but laziness sometimes wins :)

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Old 06-23-2009, 02:16 PM
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Default Re: To zmey: The Foreground was Overexposed.

Yes, the foreground mountains were the main concern for me. Thanks for the response.

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