Blue, Yellow & Red ...

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Ulvervs Forum Member • Posts: 79
Blue, Yellow & Red ...
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... high in the mountains.

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Ulvervs

ken_in_nh Senior Member • Posts: 1,400
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Interesting.  How'd you get the effect?

tgltgl Senior Member • Posts: 1,183
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Very nice and interesting!

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OP Ulvervs Forum Member • Posts: 79
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ken_in_nh wrote:

Interesting. How'd you get the effect?

Thank you Ken for the comment, i made a custom presets in C1, and applied them as layers with different color correction settings and curves.

I tried to mimic the scene which i saw at the sunset in hot summer day, the grass on the slope of mountain was dried and yellow, and when sun was goind down it started to goid really red, while the sky was deep blue at the same time. It's a little overcooked and i end up whith magenta cast on the ground, which is only deviatiob from original scene, but found it pleasing and left as it is, because it gave the image more pop.

Best regards,

Ulvervs

OP Ulvervs Forum Member • Posts: 79
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tgltgl wrote:

Very nice and interesting!

Thank you TglTgl for the comment

Best regards,

Ulvervs

ken_in_nh Senior Member • Posts: 1,400
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Ulvervs wrote:

ken_in_nh wrote:

Interesting. How'd you get the effect?

Thank you Ken for the comment, i made a custom presets in C1, and applied them as layers with different color correction settings and curves.

I tried to mimic the scene which i saw at the sunset in hot summer day, the grass on the slope of mountain was dried and yellow, and when sun was goind down it started to goid really red, while the sky was deep blue at the same time. It's a little overcooked and i end up whith magenta cast on the ground, which is only deviatiob from original scene, but found it pleasing and left as it is, because it gave the image more pop.

Best regards,

Ulvervs

Makes sense.  I like to think of photographs as interpretations of what we saw, or wanted to see, in a scene, like you did.  We may not like over-baked HDR shots, for example, but many people do.

OP Ulvervs Forum Member • Posts: 79
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ken_in_nh wrote:

Makes sense. I like to think of photographs as interpretations of what we saw, or wanted to see, in a scene, like you did. We may not like over-baked HDR shots, for example, but many people do.

Hi Ken,

Exactly, photography it's always some kind of aproximation of the scene which we saw in own eyes, translated by (camera/film/development process) technological limits into final artwork. For some people images more flat/natural are regarded as better, but for others the interpretations with vibrant analog simulations are the ones sought. It's always some kind of subjective preference, as with all other things in life.

Even in analog color films were always problems with capturing the real colors of the scene without any devations, as there was always some kind of hue made by chemical components of the film or development process, and the type of paper used which had the impact on the final image. In digital times we have similiar situations.

But leaving behind this angle of view, it's always good to see a painting of the Andrew Wyeth the same as Pablo Picasso, it's all about art.

Best regards,

Ulvervs

1Dx4me
1Dx4me Forum Pro • Posts: 11,165
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this shot is a bit cooked, HDRish, and there some signs of halo effect, too! it could be from using heavy GND filter, also, looking at the sky!

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