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-"Turning your white-sky shot to Sepia, will improve it"- Do you think so? For this challenge, submit two (2) shots of the same composition/size. One shot is before the sepia treatment, one is after the sepia treatment) to show that the sepia treatment does or doesn't help. The shot must have SIGNIFICANT white sky*. *White skies means hazy kinda white skies, not skies with puffy clouds. ** Before Sepia treatment shot can be basic pp-ed but must retain original colours
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We are but a spec in this world
by Jan2009
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Shot from our climb to Mount Rainier 5 years ago. I do think that when the cloud is hazy it helps focus the mind to the subject and avoid the distraction of colors (sometimes).
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Submitted: Friday, 16th July, 2010 21:47 (GMT)
Taken: Sunday, 26th June, 2005
Focal length: 10.81 mm
Shutter speed: 1/640 sec
Aperture: F8
ISO: 200
Notes: Used LR to change in Sephia.
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