|A Werewolf: Post processing||bernard||::||2005-03-11 6:18|
|Thanks for the critique. I used a 3-stop reverse graduated ND filter for this shot which is half clear and half gray. The reverse ND starts with a 3-stop gray in the middle and tapers off to 2-stop to the edge.
I'm still learning how to use my DSLR for landscapes as I'm used to shooting Velvia for many years. The original shot which I underexposed by 2/3 stop was, well underexposed but I brought it back up in Photoshop. I wasn't satisfied with any of the white balance settings so I increased the saturation by 10 and added magenta in Color Balance. Personally, I would rather have this scene shot with Velvia. But then I would have to use at least two rolls to achieve this.
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