I think when he stated he had a "CP" in front of lens he meant a Circular Polarizer - I could be wrong.Catz said:Hi Pat,
I guess I'm late to the party, but I wanted to add that I like the colors that are mixed in the picture. It gives diversity but I'm thinking that maybe even a polarizer may have helped with the hot spot on the top left. Overall, very nice picture.
I took a colorsample from the sky in a couple spots and brushed on the color in darken mode at 12% opacity. just kept passing over the area till i liked it. I could do better but would be more complex.pbenedic said:
As simple as assigning AppleRGB and converting to sRGB. AppleRGB has gamma 1.8; and more suitable colour rendition (colour primaries) for this photo. We use synthetic colour spaces quite in a lot of cases correcting tonality and white balance. To start with, you can use my PowerOfGamma packs.pbenedic said:You've simply said "color management" 2x now. Please elaborate. I tried a bit, but maybe my CM stinks.
Cool. would like to see what you can do with it. if Pat doesn't mind..Catz said:Craig,CraigH. said:
I will play with this picture for you in PS and fix the sky for you. I hope to have it posted for you here tomorrow. There are easy ways of fixing blown out skys and I will put some nice puffy clouds in it for you too. If this is okay with you. I will also give you the steps I took to acheive it.
I'm just too tired to work with it tonight.
Hi Pat,pbenedic said: