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Thread: Weekly Critique Thread: January 16 - 22 - Closed

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    Weekly Critique Thread: January 16 - 22 - Closed

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    Settings: ƒ/8.0 | 23.0 mm | 1/60 | ISO 200 | Fuji X100s

    Settings: ƒ/8.0 | 23.0 mm | 1/60 | ISO 200 | Fuji X100s

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    Settings: ƒ/5.6 | 18.0 mm | 1/250 HDR | ISO 100 | Sony A6000

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    It’s like all the highlights and deep shadows have been sucked out of the image leaving everything to exist in this weird middle zone. Consequently the golden skies in the distant don’t look like a vibrant sunset anymore and look more like someone tinted the sky yellow. Also the blending of the two images gives the sky and the water a strange soft feel (presumably because the clouds and waves changed between exposures. I’d like to see this with a lighter touch on the processing or even see the original images.



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