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Old Apr 9, 2011, 8:48 AM   #1
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The day I visited the Chiang Mai zoo the light was flat because of the combination of overcast and smoke from agricultural burning. Most of the animal pens have many trees to help keep the animals cooler in summer, which resulted in most of my subjects being part in shade and part in direct light. I took it as a challenge to my fledgling PP skills to make it look like a sunny day, complete with appropriate colors.
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The day I visited the Chiang Mai zoo the light was flat because of the combination of overcast and smoke from agricultural burning. Most of the animal pens have many trees to help keep the animals cooler in summer, which resulted in most of my subjects being part in shade and part in direct light. I took it as a challenge to my fledgling PP skills to make it look like a sunny day, complete with appropriate colors.

You did very well on the light AND the color. Without your last sentence, I would not have known!
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You did very well on the light AND the color. Without your last sentence, I would not have known!
Thanks. I've found good tutorials. Now all I have to do is resist the urge to spend too much of my free time doing PP. Is there a 12 step program for that?
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HaHa! If you find one, let me know!
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