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05-25-2010, 10:08 AM   #1
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Cliffs near Birling Gap
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Please don't link to fill-size photos in the future! Take forever to load!

Now as for the actual picture- it looks good! The foreground is what really makes it work, as it "decorates" the otherwise monotonous cliff and sky

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The transition between the cliffs and the sky looks akward. Too much pp? or too little
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OK, I switched it to the "large" picture instead of "original". Thanks for your kind comments, Adam.

The transition does seem strange to me as well as if it were oversharpened, but it looked that way in the original too. I think it's just the way the cliff edge is.

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QuoteOriginally posted by juu Quote
The transition does seem strange to me as well as if it were oversharpened, but it looked that way in the original too. I think it's just the way the cliff edge is.
Really? Interesting. But the sky - you have shifted the saturation at least, no? It does not look natural to me.
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Yes, I've played with saturation and added a software graduated ND filter too.
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