A&P Shot From Last Weekend's Blizzard...

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    COMplex New Member

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    Here in Denver.

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    meh, bedroom window was a little dirty, but I think there's something neat about this shot.

    You be the judge :hs:
     
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    :eek3: the sky.....it's....it's....pink. :IBprofilemymonitor:

    Good job exposing the snow. Hope you don't mind, but I fixed the snow, but left the sky pink.

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    oh, and how'd you make the snow so white?

    snow isn't that white at night though.

    this was a long exposure, not sure if you thought it was daytime or not.
     
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    Thats a nice pic!
     
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    Nice shot, kind of surreal. The WB definitely bothers me (yellowish snow) although I'm on a lab computer so it could be the monitor. Tits' edit with the whiter snow is much better imo. :o
     
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    Used color balance and shifted more towards blue, and selective color to make it more white.
     
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    You need to make your sig lighter, blends with the text too much.
     
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    I agree, but that was the actual color because of the bulbs my complex uses.

    kind of an amber tint.

    i agree the whiter snow does look better, but i wanted to capture it as it was, didn't want to modify it.
     

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