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Old Jul 26, 2015, 1:30 AM   #11
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number two works the best for me, placing the sun behind the building helps to keep it from blowing out the image. Another thing to try on these is using a gradient filter in LR to decrease exposure and highlights on the sky while maintaining the exposure on the foreground which is excellent.
Thanks, Ramces! I just bought a cheap Chinese made Gradient filter/graduated ND filter to do some experiment on this type of pictures.
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Thanks, Ramces! I just bought a cheap Chinese made Gradient filter/graduated ND filter to do some experiment on this type of pictures.
actually i was referring to using graduated filters in adobe light room during post process. Here is a good tutorial that explains what I mean

http://www.digitalcameraworld.com/20...duated-filter/
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Old Jul 26, 2015, 9:44 PM   #13
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actually i was referring to using graduated filters in adobe light room during post process. Here is a good tutorial that explains what I mean

http://www.digitalcameraworld.com/20...duated-filter/
Thanks, for the advice. I don't use Lightroom, but my software have something like this in it. As good as the 14-150 mm lens is, it is difficult to use under certain conditions because of the lens flares.
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