Peaceful ending version 2

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after a most useful tutorial by Gale, I was able to make these corrections
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Then with a couple of hasty additional edits, I am late leaving for a meeting I will work on this more later
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Sure makes a differenc. Hope you like the differences in color space...

Further instructions sent in PM when you return :>))
from the meeting I made you late to...
 
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Thanks Leigh. Gale gave me some really great help today and I owe her one. The only thing I forgot on this last image was to apply the unsharp mask.
 
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Here is one

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With proPhoto color space and shadow/highlights PS

No sharpening done.
 
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Gale you definately resqued a borderline shot. now if i can borrow some wit from John Shaw, I also have a shot of Elvis eating a cheesburger with the Loch ness monster but it is a little dark, Shot at HI2 ISO but cant quite get all the details. You fix it I will split the gross sales. LOL thanks so much.
 
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Dave, It's unbelievable the difference between the two, so much more details in the tree and the rock formation around the tree. There a small halo around the branches but in looking carefully at the original, it's there too. Keep up the good work.
 
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Shahed,
Thank you. After seeing your landscape photography I am honored that you took the time to comment and look at mine.
 
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very nice

Did you do the layer mask technique to blend exposures for more dynamic range. I have tried it and got a halo on some of mine before, too. One thing I tried was increasing the gaussian blur and it seemed to reduce the halo. I'll watch this thread to see if anyone else has some suggestions. I will be curious to hear as well.
 

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