I'm not sure you have used " anodyne" in the right context Andy but any positive comment or helpful negative one for that matter is very welcome. Gosh and brilliant are more than enough to make me pleased with the result.
Many thanks !
bloody magic mate, can't say any more,its all been said.
So, the moral of the story is,if you see a nice sky,capture it!!;-)
Well Clive our sun sets in the west which is where you are geographically so what I want to know is what the heck are you doing with it when it leaves us all nice and colourful ?
Oh yes ( voice of the Churchill dog) you must Neil, like you saw in the edit demo at yours, a saved sky comes in handy now and then.
many thanks for the "bloody magic" mate :o)
Now that's just silly !
but I like it :o)
I think Clive's been at the Jamesons again Sam!!;-)))
Well seen and caught Sam. This ,I presume HDR, is just the ticket for this lighting. L
Cheers Herb, I always only edit from single exposure frames albeit many images are multi framed stitched compositions and never do HDR so I am curious as to why you thought this and my Hawnby Hill image may be. I have had a few comments along those lines on various images and so now I logically wonder if I am pushing the editing a bit too far . I do use shadow/highlights a fair bit to raise shadow detail and so perhaps that may be why.
You like it so that's all that matters really but I am curious .
regards, Sam :o)
Strong scene and a very good and just right edited picture.
Best regards, Michele
Thank you Jack, I'm pleased to read that comment since it's never easy to know if you've perhaps gone a touch too far with the editing.
Thank you Michele,
best wishes, sam
El cielo que se apoderó de la tierra.
That's a very poetic response, thank you :o)
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