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Sep 16, 2021 00:23:08   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
Made up of nine 18MP files, this pushed the limits of my software. I used Canon’s DPP4 to use Adobe RGB and add Fineness to the sharpening, then everything else in PS CS3. Wow PS can handle almost 4GB memory processing. I usually finish with RawTherapee for dehaze and vibrance but it wouldn’t load the 3GB TIFF file on my PC.

There’s one last step I’m undecided on but am leaving it for now.


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Sep 16, 2021 03:16:25   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
This clip shows better clarity than the full image due to UHH width limitations.


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Sep 16, 2021 04:46:29   #
rlv567 Loc: Philippines
 
Craigdca wrote:
Made up of nine 18MP files, this pushed the limits of my software. I used Canon’s DPP4 to use Adobe RGB and add Fineness to the sharpening, then everything else in PS CS3. Wow PS can handle almost 4GB memory processing. I usually finish with RawTherapee for dehaze and vibrance but it wouldn’t load the 3GB TIFF file on my PC.

There’s one last step I’m undecided on but am leaving it for now.


I'm curious - how much time elapsed between your first and second shots on the left???

Loren - in Beautiful Baguio City

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Sep 16, 2021 09:55:06   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
rlv567 wrote:
I'm curious - how much time elapsed between your first and second shots on the left???

Loren - in Beautiful Baguio City


You are correct. A little cloning and it’s done.

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Sep 16, 2021 09:57:53   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
The complete full resolution image without the leftmost image can be viewed at
https://www.reddit.com/r/canon/comments/pp830u/napili_bay_maui_hawaii_taken_with_canon_t2i/

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Sep 17, 2021 14:13:17   #
jimbuckley Loc: Arizona
 
Hi Craig... Beautiful shot, however I must say it is one full stop underexposed.

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Sep 17, 2021 14:30:05   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
jimbuckley wrote:
Hi Craig... Beautiful shot, however I must say it is one full stop underexposed.


My mom is a painter and had notes on her easel to go bold with her colors. So with that I went bold and bolder, and maybe too bold.

Does anyone have a favorite?
1) Original post
2) Brighter but somewhat soft contrast
3) Brighter with more contrast and richer color
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2) Brighter but somewhat soft contrast
2) Brighter but somewhat soft contrast...
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3) Brighter with more contrast and richer color
3) Brighter with more contrast and richer color...
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Sep 17, 2021 15:57:17   #
jimbuckley Loc: Arizona
 
Definitely #3!

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Sep 18, 2021 00:32:27   #
rlv567 Loc: Philippines
 
jimbuckley wrote:
Definitely #3!


Same here - I almost always prefer bright, wíth good contrast.

Loren - in Beautiful Baguio City

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Sep 26, 2021 04:15:25   #
David in Dallas Loc: Dallas, Texas, USA
 
A lovely shot! Won't pick a favorite version. Good sharpness.

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Sep 26, 2021 12:26:42   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
jimbuckley wrote:
Definitely #3!



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Sep 26, 2021 12:27:04   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
rlv567 wrote:
Same here - I almost always prefer bright, wíth good contrast.

Loren - in Beautiful Baguio City



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Sep 26, 2021 12:30:00   #
Craigdca Loc: Pasadena, California
 
David in Dallas wrote:
A lovely shot! Won't pick a favorite version. Good sharpness.


Thank you, David. I have trouble picking a favorite, also. It pretty much depends on its application. Thanks to my UHH community I have been improving my shooting and processing skills.

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