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Morning dew

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    This morning had some amazing light combined with mist and dew, sadly I didn't have much time for more than a couple of shots.

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    You did well w/the time u had. Really diggin' shot 1. Nice selective focus, sharpness, comp.
    Just curious, did much PP go into this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    You did well w/the time u had. Really diggin' shot 1. Nice selective focus, sharpness, comp.
    Just curious, did much PP go into this?
    Thanks Marko,
    Less than 5 mins in photoshop..

    here is the original pre-photoshop striaght out of camera RAW file...
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    This is what I did:

    1. Crop Image
    2. Boost vibrance and Saturation
    3. Add an adjustment curve layer to boost highlights and shadows
    4. Overlay layer to paint some more lighten water drops a little
    5. Add a vignette to a linear burn layer.
    6. Flatten Image and Duplicate Layer
    7. Sharpen layer with Unsharpen.
    8. Add a layer mask to selectively sharpen image.
    9. Flatten Image, and export

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    I'm with Marko. Love that first image. Definitely frame-worthy.
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    I'm a big fan of #1 as well. Interesting to see your editing flow too.
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    I adore both!
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    Stunning images Richard. I love the focus. You must have really cranked up the shutter speed to get the background to fade, nice touch. Great work.

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    Nice work. Liking them both!

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    Thanks guys,

    DanStar the shutter was 1/400 for the first and 1/60 for the second (which was more in the shade) I used a reflector to try and fill the shadows.

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