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Great Paolone 2004-04-28 5:53

Nice shot. I can almost feel the sea breeze blowing. I wonder if the use of a polarizer filter when shooting and maybe a touch of red contrast filtering in Postprocessing would have helped in adding depth to the clouds.

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Old 04-28-2004, 02:04 PM
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Sorry, could you explain what you mean by 'red contrast filtering', as I have not heard of that before and I would be interested to know more.
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Applied in photoshop it simulates a graduated red filter (like the ones used to add contrast in BW images - that is the one I have used in the past). You can either use an external plugin (like nik multimedia color FX) or the 'use filter' in photoshop CS
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Old 04-29-2004, 01:08 PM
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Default Re: To Paolone: Red Contrast Filtering

I'm afraid I'm stuck in the past with only Photoshop 5.5
I am still learning how to use photoshop, and whilst I would love to have the money to upgrade, I do wonder if I would be overwhelmed by Photoshop CS anyway.
I couldn't find the Use Filter on Photoshop 5.5, I don't suppose you would like to do a workshop on my photo to show me the effect you are talking about?
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Workshop posted
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Old 04-30-2004, 01:45 AM
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Thank you - I think its an improvement - and the cloulds are less yellow than they were.
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