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10-29-2016, 12:00 PM - 1 Like   #1
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Bryce Canyon and 645Z
Lens: SMC Pentax 67 1:4 45mm Camera: Pentax 645Z Photo Location: Utah, USA ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/125s Aperture: F12 

Early series of shots when I first got the 645z. 45mm with Pentax adapter and ON A TRIPOD. Pretty eimpressive dynamic range to bring out details of pine using shadows slider and lower contrast in LR5. I now have the FA 645 45-85 and may someday go back and takemthe same shot for a comparison.

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Hi

I think you applied too much red to the whole of the pic and now the lovely blue of the sky is lost which gives the image a nice colour contrast. Same with the green of the conifer needles.

Taking out the excessive red and the sky colour is looking after itself.

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Hi

I think you applied too much red to the whole of the pic and now the lovely blue of the sky is lost which gives the image a nice colour contrast. Same with the green of the conifer needles.

Taking out the excessive red and the sky colour is looking after itself.

Cheers
Thank you "S" for your time and thoughtful assistance. I will make a color adjustment somewhere in-be-tween. The pine does have reddish bark which the white balance caught nicely, but enhancing the sky is indeed necessary, though the early morning had a haze to it. Your treatment does look lovely however.
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QuoteOriginally posted by EDGlass Quote
Early series of shots when I first got the 645z. 45mm with Pentax adapter and ON A TRIPOD. Pretty eimpressive dynamic range to bring out details of pine using shadows slider and lower contrast in LR5. I now have the FA 645 45-85 and may someday go back and takemthe same shot for a comparison.
Wonderful!

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I agree that the picture is a bit too much on the warm side, and the HDR-style dynamic range ended up being a little too much.
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