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    Default Re: Buttermere sentinels HDR

    super shot John

    There is a slight halo where the hills join the sky but that is probably due to the download from flickr

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    Default Re: Buttermere sentinels HDR

    Lovley composition John, well captured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    super shot John
    There is a slight halo where the hills join the sky but that is probably due to the download from flickr
    Having looked at the original, there is a very faint halo caused by the HDR and then made slightly worse when uploading to Flickr.

    Peter, are you still having problems seeing my images with Tapatalk ?

    Update on the reflection being too light as pointed out by Colin. I did darken the reflection and it did look better. I then looked at the three originals and on all of them, the reflection is lighter than the view. I took about 60 shots showing reflections, over a three hour spell and about 75% of them have lighter reflections. It seems that when the camera is pointing towards the sunlight, as in this one, the reflection is lighter but when I shot further to the right and the sun was more behind me, then the reflections are darker.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swanny48 View Post

    Peter, are you still having problems seeing my images with Tapatalk ?
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    I am John hence my late response, I had to wait for the valves to warm up on the steam driven PC


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