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    Default reflection brighter than subject?

    Hi,
    (dedicating this topic to night86mare)
    came across this post in FM and immediately thought of N86M. The pictures in this post are brilliant in many aspect. But I immediately noticed the reflection of the mountain is brighter than the mountain... how do you explain?

    Mine: the flare from the sunset caught the reflection, making it look brighter.

    You decide.

    http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/943838

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    Default Re: reflection brighter than subject?

    post processing?
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    Default Re: reflection brighter than subject?

    My take is probably a GND is used.

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    Default Re: reflection brighter than subject?

    the first picture in fredmiranda already failed in their PP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emlee View Post
    Hi,
    (dedicating this topic to night86mare)
    came across this post in FM and immediately thought of N86M. The pictures in this post are brilliant in many aspect. But I immediately noticed the reflection of the mountain is brighter than the mountain... how do you explain?

    Mine: the flare from the sunset caught the reflection, making it look brighter.

    You decide.

    http://www.fredmiranda.com/forum/topic/943838
    could be anything.

    might be blending without attention, could be gnd. in any case, it's a no-no for me.

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    Default Re: reflection brighter than subject?

    Looks like a GND was used

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