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Good Floydian 2006-04-09 16:29

Hi Daniel,
when you are using Photoshop CS or CS2 you can look at the shadow/highlight tool.
With that function you can brighten up the tree which will give you lots of detail in the leaves. Now it's to dark in the foreground.
When opening the leaves you will see that the amount of DOF will increase a lot.
The picture itself deserves that, because the view is wonderfull.
Regards, Henk

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Old 04-10-2006, 12:43 AM
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Hi Henk,
thanks for the tip. I actually used a different software to resize, crop, and frame the photo and in the end I lowered the brightness to make the tree a bit darker just for the contrast it creates. I guess it's a matter of perspective :) However, I used the shadow/highlight in CS as you suggested and it came out fine - I like them both now...

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Daniel
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