Old 02-10-2011, 01:46 AM   #1
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Hi everyone... got double BC'd on this shot

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I'm not sure what to do with this... post-processing experts' advice needed!

Much appreciated!
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Old 02-10-2011, 01:58 AM   #2
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The blue should pop out more and the snow could be whiter. Look for a Distracting Shadow if you fix the 2BC.
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The blue should pop out more and the snow could be whiter. Look for a Distracting Shadow if you fix the 2BC.
Gosh, Joe, do you mean the engine or the sky?
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The blue should pop out more and the snow could be whiter. Look for a Distracting Shadow if you fix the 2BC.
Agree with the shadow, like the shot though.
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Right... thanks for the advice you guys!

I can't get this one to look the way I want it to... the original was quite overexposed, too. So I guess I'll have to reshot with better light. I'm kinda sad though because this is a hard train to get. Oh well!
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Scratch all refferrence to shadows. Congrats well done.

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I'll admit that I am quite surprised -- I told myself "one more attempt and we're scratching this one off". I'm glad I did try one more time!

Thanks everyone!
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