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Old Jun 24, 2008, 3:32 PM   #11
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Very Nice shots Gaz #2 being my fave, anyway COTTON!! how close to the Lancashire border where you!!? . LOL.WOOL for aYorkshire Lad!. See ya soon. Graham
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Old Jun 24, 2008, 7:08 PM   #12
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Dear Gary, your pictures depict magicalscenes in whichthe cotton fieldson the earth and those in the sky just come together!
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Old Jun 25, 2008, 1:29 AM   #13
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Terrific. Like the effect created using the diffusers. #3 is very favorite; very natural and the details and the gradation in the clouds just fabulous. Very pleasure viewing on the whole. Peter
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Old Jun 26, 2008, 12:24 PM   #14
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thx, #1 and #3 are great!


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Old Jun 28, 2008, 3:19 AM   #15
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FAB

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thanks for comments ......again :-)

wk7leungmentions diffusers, im thinking that he means filters?? well only the daylight ones have a polariser on the sunset ones have nothing on the lens at all.

the method for shooting those was to shoot them in raw, then edit later. what i did was get the best looking picture i could out of the raw file, then used a plugin called redynamix, what gives a hdr effect and used it carefully as it can add lots of noise. i then added a black to white gradient overlay in soft light blend mode to darken sky and lighten forground.............than various dodging and burning and other tweaks till i was happy.

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thanks for comments ......again :-)

wk7leungmentions diffusers, im thinking that he means filters?? well only the daylight ones have a polariser on the sunset ones have nothing on the lens at all.

the method for shooting those was to shoot them in raw, then edit later. what i did was get the best looking picture i could out of the raw file, then used a plugin called redynamix, what gives a hdr effect and used it carefully as it can add lots of noise. i then added a black to white gradient overlay in soft light blend mode to darken sky and lighten forground.............than various dodging and burning and other tweaks till i was happy.

Gary
Thanks for the details. Peter
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Beautiful scenes....................................mu sket.
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