play with sunset colours

any of you want to give a go at these nice sunset colours?

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_MG_0423.CR2 (21.4 MB)

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Yes. Just need the file link.

Edit: Okay, now I sse it.

I love it! But you should really invest in a 77mm ND filter. It would have been a much sharper image if it wasn’t shot at f22.

Where was that shot? How did you get up there? :smiley:

It could be shot at F8 by just increasing the shutter speed, no need ofr a ND filter

Impressive shot!


_MG_0423.CR2.xmp (10.6 KB)

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Then he wouldn’t have got this motion blur in the clouds.

My take, DT 3.5 git master


_MG_0423.CR2.xmp (15.4 KB)

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I chose f22 because i wanted the longest shutterspeed possible, i do not have an nd filter (yet) and i definitely would have used one if i did because a long exposure would have made it even more magical i think

Lake District uk, walking :wink:

Yeah, I know.

Thanks for sharing.


_MG_0423.CR2.xmp (23.8 KB) (dt 3.4)

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A light touch, white balance was the only real departure. In rawproc:

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With Filmulator.

You really nailed the ETTR, so it only needed the tiniest smidge of highlight recovery for the red channel.

  • Highlight Recovery 2
  • Exposure Compensation -1 1/6
  • Drama 100
  • Overdrive On (!)
  • White Clipping Point 0.560
  • Shadow Brightness 796
  • Highlight Brightness 1000
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_MG_0423.CR2.xmp (11.9 KB) _MG_0423_01.CR2.xmp (12.2 KB)

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Darktable but sharpened with Gimp/G’mic
_MG_0423.CR2.xmp (13.2 KB)

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Thanks for posting, Nice Sunday challenge
DT 3.4.0

_MG_0423_01.CR2.xmp (26.6 KB)

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@Jean-Marc_Digne Looks good.

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I bit too punchy, but anyways.

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@sls141 b/w always looks great for this kind of shots!

sunset.colours
sunset.colours.pp3 (16.5 KB) RawTherapee 5.8-2738-g8ca07e858

Warm sky, cold grounds.

Nice shot, thanks for sharing!

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