Light, shadows and wind

Again two pictures from Golden Gate Highlands in South Africa, Langtoon Dam. That wind is involved we can see on water surface, ground and lens surface (lens as dust attractor). ND 10 stops filter was used. Light and shadows are clearly visible.

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They are processed in DT 3.1

Both files are licensed Creative Commons, By-Attribution, Share-Alike.

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Using RT 5.7 dev


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My take using ART
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What is ART?

That is a deep question…
@FBulovic
Aside from that…

ART is a fork of RawTherapee (AnotherRawTherapee) made by @agriggio
It has has been simplified and streamlined, and also has simple local edits and masking added. I like it a lot because it is simple and quick and gives good quality results.
See https://bitbucket.org/agriggio/art/wiki/Home
Hope this helps…

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I see, thanks

Hello. I learned about ART (anotherRawTherapee) a little while ago. It aroused my curiosity to test it. I had trouble opening the ART software (I’m a Windows 10 user). The following message appeared: "Windows has protected the computer
Microsoft defending SmartScreen prevented an unrecognized application from starting. Running this application can put your computer at risk. "I will report on the forum.

att,
Alves.R

You need to white list ART in your antivirus app.

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Microsoft Defender often complains. It doesn’t like any smaller exe file. Click ‘more details’ then ‘run anyway’. Probably best to scan with another virus scanner first before running. Avast often says ‘We have discovered a very rare file etc’ then let’s you run it about 5 minutes later after it’s been checked.

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great capture but not easy to edit, especially the clouds

DT 3.0.1 Thanks for sharing these shots

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Nice photos!

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