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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:43 am 
Well removing the blue sky and leaving only the clouds sorta emphasises the rainbow. Looks like light is pouring out onto the ground, looks good to me!

Perhaps we should adopt a fixed format for posts of this kind? Like in the "On Assignment" thread? Maybe the image followed by the steps taken in post-processing.


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That's exactly what we're thinking of doing Graham!


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Very nice idea, Zorro :D
And very nice pic, to play with (as usual) ,too :D :D
Graham's HDR-approach looks best to me, so far...
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