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Old Feb 1, 2015, 8:10 PM   #1
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Chilly afternoon walk through the Ogwen Valley,Snowdonia... (FZ150)
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Old Feb 2, 2015, 2:21 AM   #2
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Beautiful Simon.

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How I wish I was born near such a place! So serene and beautiful, Simon.
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WOW....Great series!
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That's a beautiful scene there, Simon. You did an excellent job! Can you share the processing effects, filters, etc. you used on the first couple?
I would appreciate it.
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Hi Sabine...
All of the images were shot in RAW using Lightroom 5 to pull out as much shadow/highlight detail as I felt necessary.
With regards the first image I utilized a free and downloadable Lightroom HDR filter effect (called "punchy")- though I still toned things down a touch as the effect was quite strong.
The second image was just a RAW file with lighting adjusted to pretty much match the original scene- much like all the others.
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Simon...
I recently saw a photo that was similar to yours in processing appearance that was edited with a special effects editor software. Many of those now it seems. I have been thinking about trying a few different things and liked the result you achieved.

Many thanks for the reply and method you used!
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