My attempt. Converted twice in ps, once for light, once for dark, overlaid the dark on the light. Selected the parts I wanted light,, used a mask, painted over with black, flatened layers, adj levels a bit. DAve
Thanks Buddy. I wish I could get them to come out of the camera the way I saw it, with less post-processing. Usually I am driving somewhere with the camera in the truck and I only have a moment to stop and shoot. So either the situation has passed or I am late to somewhere and don't have time to really play with exposure.
I have another similar shot I'm working on. The actual scene had glistening rain drops all over the grass and such, but I can't get it to show up right in the picture. Frustrating to say the least.
Quote: This one is a better picture than my first challenge pic. (I think.) I took it because of the unique clouds after a large thunder storm. I am trying to really get them to stand out in the photo.
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