So this is a retake on an old scene I posted here. This time the lighting is incredibly flat as it was a really overcast day as well as a little bit of fall colors involved. At least what was left of them at the time.
I also took this shot from a different point of view this time with my new lens. @s7habo really liked the original shot which I mistakenly cropped this time there is a lot more to it do to a much better location choice.
All the shots from this shoot were actually taken with shutter priority because I wanted a specific water look. They could have been shot aperture priority or manual I just happened to choose shutter priority that day even though I should not have.
In my process of trying to improve I am trying to learn exposing to the right and my above endeavors of shooting in a semi automatic mode even tho the wrong one gave me much needed valuable knowledge on the capabilities of my camera which will greatly help my manual exposures.
Here is my edit of the photograph. Hope you all enjoy this one it was a challenge.
I used this as a means to learn the new Filmic RGB/Tone Equalizer modules in darktable. Still learning a lot about darktable as well as I finally made the full switch away from Adobe.
- Added a bit more color punch and sharpening. Also hopefully the minor jpeg black artifact is no longer in the lower right corner. Replaced old jpeg with new one with the new xmp.
darktable 3.0.0rc0: 20191030-IMG_0064.CR2.xmp (12.3 KB)