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  • Wellington Point Sunrise

    This is from a few years ago but recently reprocessed. I tried to use the small bush to relieve the empty foreground.

    Nikon D800, NIkkor 16-35 f/4 @ 35mm. 1/60 f/13 ISO 100
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    Alan W

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  • #2
    That's a beautiful scene with lots of vibrant colours Alan. IMHO, if you lift the foreground more, it has some great textures and soft light rays from that bright sun - much the same for the wall as well. I know I can be a PITA but I did an edit and it really boosts the image.
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    • wigz
      wigz commented
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      Thanks Isac. The original image has a little more detail, but it could be lightened a little more, however it begins to lose contrast and just looks wrong to me. I'll have a go at boosting brightness a little and contrast a bit more and see if that helps.

    • Isac
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      It doesn't matter Alan, it was just a thought.

  • #3
    G'day Alan

    I like it matey ... the glow in the sky plus the matching glow off the side wall
    "if" you really want to fiddle !! then crop a bit of sky so the result has about 60% sky - horizon - 40% foreground

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    • wigz
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      Thanks Phil. That crop would work but I'm inclined to leave it - for now anyway.
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