Yet another image from the Wrong side of the Harbour Bridge. The Halo ruins it a little but it was created/exaggerated when converting to the J. Holmes colour space(?). Does anyone have any knowledge/insight that may help rid me of this troublesome halo?
First post in what seems like ages, and it is!
This was taken early on a Sunday morning, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky and I don’t have another sky to just drop in to replace the bright blue one that I got. Still, inspiration was found from a Christian Fletcher Tutorial featuring Eureka 88 in Melbourne. With all of those trees’ dropping in a new sky, AKA Peter Eastway, could get interesting.
I didn’t go as far as he (CF) did in the tutorial as I wanted to keep the colour in the buildings and ended up with a stormy look to the heavens!
New, new version, less blue version. I’d appreciate any comments? I like it less blue has enhanced the greens, comments’ anyone?
Thanks for the comments comrades’ in photography, I haven’t produced a square crop as I thought but this is the crop I produced to the requirements of the ‘Better’ series of magazines. Personally, I like this better, square will work but I think this has quite a nice balance. Once cropped I added a level adjustment that brightened it up a little too. I’ll be interested to see what feed back I get, both images are posted.