Weird Sunset

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    Hello,

    I made this HDR using a one file 16-bit TIFF ... with Topaz Adjust 4 >>> Specify ...

    I then increased the contrast ...

    Many friends and another forum ( pal-photo.net/vb/ ARSBIC ) ... commented that this is a bad processing with photoshop CS5 ...

    HERE is the ORIGINAL :



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    AND here is the modified :





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    Please tell me how to make it work fr better ...


    YOURS,
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/48167049@N05/


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    I like the 2nd of the modified examples. Looks like an alien planet or something. I find Topaz can jazz up a boring or flat subject pretty good.
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    I don't see where it's so bad. It depends on what you are looking for as an end result. Did it achieve that?

    I like the 3rd one the best. The colors on #2, to me, are a bit much and could use a bit of reduced saturation. But that's what I think you have in #3.

    Keep playing around!

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    I'd say have fun and keep trying different methods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulewings~ View Post
    I'd say have fun and keep trying different methods.
    Me too and if you like the results you have achieved then that is all that counts -not the opinions of anyone else. I like number 3 for all the leading lines in the sand being echoed by the clouds in the sky. Well observed.
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