Snowy creek

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    Might be as simple as using the dodge tool with a large soft brush... or a levels adjustment layer with a mask to only apply to the near foreground. You have indicated that it's not OK to edit your photos, or I'd play with it some.


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    I LOVE Minnesota winters. This one's been great for snow.

    This is a nice capture. Pleasant and peaceful scene. I agree with Dane, maybe just a wee bit whiter in the foreground. Maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandpa View Post
    Might be as simple as using the dodge tool with a large soft brush... or a levels adjustment layer with a mask to only apply to the near foreground. You have indicated that it's not OK to edit your photos, or I'd play with it some.
    Thanks for the tips, I will play around with it and post the outcome.

    And blackdogs, I agree, This year we have had more than enough snow, yearly average for MPLS airport is 42" and they are sitting at about 38-40" right now. Here in Saint Louis Park I am sitting at 41.2" Driving around minneapolis is a real task however due to how narrow the roads are.

    *edit*
    here is what I came up with, what ya guys think?

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