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ptwong

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nice flare, do you mind sharing the setting?
 

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D2Hpeter said:
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Correct me if I m wrong. I think u have done a lot of PS work in this pics. The flare, sea and jetty seemed to have retouched heavily in PS.

Nice PS work. But I don't think they improve your original capture.
 

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you are right, louis. I hv done some PS but not much, just the blurry sea [inspired by your beautiful pic] and add a bit of lens flare effect [quite a good idea from PS, looks very natural]
Well, i think it give the pic a more dreamy and romantic effect.
this is the original.
 

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Personally, I use PS as a sculpting tool, not a sledge hammer.

I think you can create a better dreamy, romantic and surreal picture using long exposure. The sea will surely be blurred and you can probably burn in the soft lights in the horizon. give it a try. Perhaps u'll like it. ;)
 

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louispang said:
Personally, I use PS as a sculpting tool, not a sledge hammer.

I think you can create a better dreamy, romantic and surreal picture using long exposure. The sea will surely be blurred and you can probably burn in the soft lights in the horizon. give it a try. Perhaps u'll like it. ;)
thanks for advice. just want to try something unconventional and see if could get some nice artistic effects.
slow shutter speed etc are quite SOP and should not be a problem at all for most photographers :D .
 

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