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Old Mar 10, 2010, 9:11 PM   #1
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Very nice, and you got the sky very blue shooting into the sun. Did you use a c-pl?
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Very nice, and you got the sky very blue shooting into the sun. Did you use a c-pl?
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Thanks, no. I have never used one but I know they can make the sky deeper blue. Wonder if it is possible to achive the same result by software

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Some say your can, but I have not had good luck in that department. All my helicopter shots in the transportation forum, where shot toward the sun, and I could not get the sky to blue. I know that I would not have has gotten to good of the results if I had used a cpl, but it would have added some blue. Not the almost white sky's I have.
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Old Mar 12, 2010, 6:31 AM   #7
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Some say your can, but I have not had good luck in that department. All my helicopter shots in the transportation forum, where shot toward the sun, and I could not get the sky to blue. I know that I would not have has gotten to good of the results if I had used a cpl, but it would have added some blue. Not the almost white sky's I have.

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Why don't you use EV bracketing and/or meter for the sky. Suppose you know that and other methods already. Important topic. There are white skies though and why not let them be that way

Careful colour burn tool may give something - Topic for the Nature shooting techniques perhaps. There are lots of people around

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