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Old Sep 4, 2010, 1:55 PM   #11
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Well it wasn't so sunny most of the time but got a couple which look decent







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Old Sep 4, 2010, 3:02 PM   #12
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Were these ar Pitlochery? nice photos. E
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Old Sep 4, 2010, 6:03 PM   #13
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The tunnel was in Perth
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Old Sep 5, 2010, 5:34 AM   #14
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If you want to put more color after you've taken a photo. I'd try to get my hands on Photoshop and search for a tutorial for bringing color back in your photos. They can be found on YouTube, or 5min.com or any other site with tutorials.

Basically, they'll tell and show you how to use the color curve and other methods of restoring and bringing color back in your photo. I've managed to fix over-exposured photos with it.

It goes like this, you choose a spot on the photo with the eyedrop tool of which you are sure of what the color is, for instance, a white spot. (By shift-clicking with the eyedrop tool on that spot), after that, you go to 'New fill or adjustment layer' at the bottom of the layer, and choose for curve. Finally you adjust you check the colors of the spot you have chosen with the eyedrop tool, and correct the RGB channels so the spot you have chosen is white, or make small adjustments so the color is like you'd like to have it.

Give it a try
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Thanks for the info. not heard of 5.com or any of the others that might supply tutorials but i know of u-tube. If you ahve a list of good sites that would be good to have. many thanks e.
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Nice shots forza...the tunnel would have looked good in HDR? I'm not and HDR buff, but it just looks like a prime candidate to me....love the fly fisher...and the bottom shot of flowers!
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Nice shots forza...the tunnel would have looked good in HDR? I'm not and HDR buff, but it just looks like a prime candidate to me....love the fly fisher...and the bottom shot of flowers!
Thanks mate
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