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02-03-2011, 09:49 PM   #16
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Here's my stab at it.. Just equalized things a little bit in Camera RAW (yes it can be done with a JPG) and then toned it back some in photo shop to give it a more 'natural' look.





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Thanks ozlizard. I'm learning.
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Graveyard...Monet-esque?

Since others have already done a lot of things I'd normally try with a shot like this (B/W, aging, etc), I thought I'd try to give it a French-impressionist look, even though painters of that era probably wouldn't do a graveyard.
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Ghostly evening in the cemetary!

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Here's my attempt...All done in LR3.

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Some cropping, adjusted curves,desaturated a bit, dimmed down red, browned the greens in front, blurred background:

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Well, there went 20 minutes of my work day
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Maybe a bit more sun...



A little bit of contrast, some saturation, add a bit of sun in the corner and pop some of it on the tree in the BG and the top of the front stone, Voila! OH, and got rid of the stone in the front.

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Having challenges getting it to show larger here!

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QuoteOriginally posted by BigDave Quote


A little bit of contrast, some saturation, add a bit of sun in the corner and pop some of it on the tree in the BG and the top of the front stone, Voila!
Cool but you might want to link the full size version from your album not the thumbnail.

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But Editing software is Really Really Really fast on files that size

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Here is my contribution

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OK, I figured it out!

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Another entry: some dodging and burning, selective colouring and levels.

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Another entry: some dodging and burning, selective colouring and levels.
Must be a Kentucky Graveyard !

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