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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:27 pm 
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ah ok phil, thanks for the link, i will have a look at it.

can you see the link that i send to you? that site is the bigger DB of photos in portugal, we need to have 15 votes(only premium can vote) to get a photo on public gallerie, i am menber since 2008 - www.olhares.pt/r1do - and i cant get a photo of mine on the public gallerie :( i am trying to figure out what people edit in photos to get photos like that.

http://olhares.aeiou.pt/golden_softness ... 37866.html

is it 50% pp? 50% reallity? :S

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I can't see it at this end....


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what end? :|

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:02 pm 
look at this link and tell if that's the photo you wish to accomplish if it is, well it's about 60% PP in my opinion. http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt ... x=63&ty=81[/url]

BTW how can I shorten the link with just a word


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Well lowliferider's link looks like a Neutral density filter (to smooth the water) stacked with a graduated Neutral density filter (to expose the sky), coupled with a lot of good pp...


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:41 pm 
I posted this link so Frielspak could tell us if that's what he trying to obtain in landscape photography.


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yep, sort of. ;)

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Since BB is ON you just need to do like this Here is the Link(google) [_ url=http://link]Name_you_want[_/url] and get the _ off :P

And btw, here is the image i was talking about.

HERE IS SHE :P

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Image

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2010 4:39 am 
Hi,

If your issue are overexposed skies, then the neutral density graduated filter is your easiest solution. Look on YouTube for a video of Steve kossack where he explains the use of nd filters for landscaping.

EV won't help you cause you'll probably nee with an underexposed foreground.

You can do HDRs, but they are time consuming and you don't really need them for this scenario. HDRs come in handy on more complex situations.


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Yeh, i will try to gather some money for it :)

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