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10-24-2019, 12:22 PM   #1
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Automn colours in the mist
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Photo taken in early morning mist, automn colours are faded by Mist. Sun reflection in water. or same photo bracketted and with contrast??? which is better


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try to crop by getting rid of two burning spots (called The Sun)...:-)...the second one is better, imho
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The second one for me.
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Well I guess its all subjective but I really don't like the second photo personally. To me the second looks very unnatural and the boosted contrast has effectively wiped out the gradients from the mistiness.
Something in between would be better IMO (but I know a lot of people like extreme looking photos).

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If I had to choose between the two, then it would be the second one for me. If I could do something with it, I'd reduce contrast a little, especially the colour in the sky looks way off, but I do like the little spots of colour on the trees. Not so sure about the sun and its reflection... I like how they are diffuse in the first pic, but it bugs me that they are so close to the edges of the frame (even cut through in the case of the reflection).
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Thanks for your comments...

here is my comprehension of your comments... I think it is better without the sun and with less contrast, it is more natural and the new format looks OK to me.. Thanks.

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QuoteOriginally posted by kiwi_jono Quote
Well I guess its all subjective but I really don't like the second photo personally. To me the second looks very unnatural and the boosted contrast has effectively wiped out the gradients from the mistiness.
Something in between would be better IMO (but I know a lot of people like extreme looking photos).
Me too.
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I really like the second one, but the first also has a dreamy quality to it. Depending on which way you want to push the picture you have a few choices.

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They are both nice
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