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Thread: Singapore Sunrise, Tanah Merah

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    Default Singapore Sunrise, Tanah Merah



    digital ND grad (combined 2 bracketted shots)

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    Nicely done..

    Maybe you wanna consider placing the horizon at the 1/3 position?

    The colour is superb.

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    Hi Erwinx,

    Somehow or rather, I find that the half showing the sky is at least 2/3 to 1 stop darker than the other half of the picture. Other than that, nice try. Cheers...

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    Nice colors. What do u mean digital ND? How to achieve that? Thanks.

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    means he took 2 shots. 1 to expose the sky. other one to expose the ground. then cut and paste 1 photo over the other.

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    yeah, this is just a simple cut and paste of 2 images, i think the effect is a bit extreme in this case between the top and the bottom. Would be interested in learning new techniques to make the blending more 'gradual'. I figure that would somehow involve use of the 'gradient' tool but not sure how to use it.. any advice appreciated


    p.s. yeah, i never observe the 1/3-2/3 rule.. paiseh

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    why dont u get a grad nd filter?

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    looks rather artificial to me.

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