West Coast Park Sky Panorama


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Raied

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Felt bored during the sunday, so decided to cycle down to west coast park, which is right behind my place to take some sunset shots.

Unfortunately, was quite cloudy and alot of ships around (i forgot, DOH!)

Took a few pano and hdr shots, but this was one of my favorites.

I want to show the conditions of the sky, took it from the field

Any and all comments are appreciated and will be put to good use :D

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lastboltnut

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A shot with a lot of potential. I think the land is too dark. Did you shot HDR with this one? Or if you shot in RAW, may be able to make "HDR" from it.:)

Personal tatse, I would try:
Burn the clouds a bit and dodge the land a bit, then level it a bit. :)
 

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A shot with a lot of potential. I think the land is too dark. Did you shot HDR with this one? Or if you shot in RAW, may be able to make "HDR" from it.:)

Personal tatse, I would try:
Burn the clouds a bit and dodge the land a bit, then level it a bit. :)
yea it was in RAW, and no hdr shot, yea i did try to brighten the land, but with another (crude) technique but just coulndt get it right

how to i burn and dodge?
 

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yea it was in RAW, and no hdr shot, yea i did try to brighten the land, but with another (crude) technique but just coulndt get it right

how to i burn and dodge?
if i not wrong, u can save a few jpg by pushing up and down the stops then do HDR through it but have to edit exif. if i not wrong lah.

btw, very nice pic! very wooooovyy curvy clouds u got there. ;)
 

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Since you shoot in RAW, then save into different JPG with different exposure and then merge into HDR will do it faster.

yea it was in RAW, and no hdr shot, yea i did try to brighten the land, but with another (crude) technique but just coulndt get it right

how to i burn and dodge?
 

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