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@saliniero : Can you add the RAW to your post?
BTW: Welcome to pixls!
@Jade_NL I’m sorry, I’m new and I didn’t really know how it works
No deed to be sorry! We’ve all been there
BTW: If you are interested: pixls does come with a nice interactive tutorial (2 actually, basic and advanced) that shows you the ins-and-outs.
Click on @discobot, select message, put the following in the body
@discobot start tutorial
and send it to start (response might have a bit of a delay).
Hi! To find out what I can do, say
@discobot display help.
Processed with art
IMG_2169.jpg.out.arp (10.7 KB)
I wanted to go with a vivid filmic look
IMG_2169.CR2.xmp (16.6 KB)
Channel mixer and filmic with euclidean rgb normalization
Also tried to simulate a vintage look, inspired by Kodakchrome 64 and Ektar looks:IMG_2169.CR2.pp3 (12.8 KB)
Edited with RawTherapee 5.8
war.bunker.pp3 (16.9 KB) RawTherapee 5.8-2755-ga85617488
Thanks for sharing!
Hi! Here is my darktable edit.
IMG_2169.CR2.xmp (10.7 KB)
Thanks for posting, Interesting challenge
@Sebastian, Way back in the day, with my Nikon FA, Kodachrome 64 and 25 were my favorite films.
I’ve done quite a few such images lately, ‘sun-through-the-trees’, and the elements in shadow just need a lift with a well-shaped tone curve. In rawproc:
I elected not to crop because, well, just because. For these images, I don’t bother with highlight reconstruction, I just scale to the minimum of the three channel maximums, which just blows the sun and its proximate illumination to smithereens.
The tool essential to this image is a filmic tone curve, which is shaped to lift the shadows while keeping the darkest parts dark, and is also steep in the mid-tones to put contrast in them.
A colder look
dt 3.4 IMG_2169_01.CR2.xmp (12.3 KB)