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Taken from the Bluffs above the MS River at Natchez. Processed on ipad, haven’t done this in a while so I’m wanting to know how its working.
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Working well I think....I will say the foreground has a painted or toned (not sure how to describe it) look of over processed or something...almost like you made a new layer and painted a color over the foliage and reduced the opacity or maybe like you brought the shadows up too much. I've read books with reference to the bluffs of Natchez, nice job

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Post by PietFrancke »

what Frank said, perhaps darken/blur the inside of the foreground. Your colors are magnificent - love the sky and water. Looks like a special place!

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Psjunkie wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:28 pm
Working well I think....I will say the foreground has a painted or toned (not sure how to describe it) look of over processed or something...almost like you made a new layer and painted a color over the foliage and reduced the opacity or maybe like you brought the shadows up too much. I've read books with reference to the bluffs of Natchez, nice job
Foreground is probably not in focus, maybe I can tinker with it better at home on real computer.
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PietFrancke wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:58 pm
what Frank said, perhaps darken/blur the inside of the foreground. Your colors are magnificent - love the sky and water. Looks like a special place!
Thanks for the idea. A job for Photoshop when I get home!
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minniev wrote:
Thu Mar 07, 2019 9:54 pm
Taken from the Bluffs above the MS River at Natchez. Processed on ipad, haven’t done this in a while so I’m wanting to know how its working.
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