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Munnar, the beautiful hill station.

Posted by
Shuva Brata Deb (Bangalore, India) on 16 November 2006 in Plant & Nature.

I dont like too many post processing myself, but I am still posting this one, which is a result of one of the pre-defined effects in Adobe Lightroom Beta 4.1. I got a 1GB RAM and this time the Lightroom runs properly, but I still like my Bridge and CS2 more controlable.

Canon EOS REBEL XT 1/250 second F/9.0 ISO 200 18 mm

Zahra from Houston, United States

play around a bit more in lightroom...i like it...but ofcourse CS has alot more functionality...

16 Nov 2006 7:51am

Prashanth Manikyarajaiah from Bengalooru, India

Gives a cold feeling

16 Nov 2006 1:49pm

scott from savannah, United States

wow, this is intense. this shot reminds me of a scene from Lord of the Rings...good stuff

16 Nov 2006 3:49pm

Duncan Galbraith from kyoto, Japan

this is a fine job. it looks so bleak, and the L.O.T.R comment by scott is very apt. I wonder what it looks like unprocessed as many of your other landscapes are beautifully lush...this is a very effective contrast.

16 Nov 2006 3:55pm

none from India

I dont like it

16 Nov 2006 5:29pm

Martine Lapointe from Québec, Canada

Very beautiful lanscape. I love the sky.

16 Nov 2006 6:09pm

Daniel from United States

This is pretty nice. I would have attempted to move, so that the tree in the foreground is more to the left side of the frame. The toning works nicely. CHeers!

17 Nov 2006 1:42am

seventhray from Wayland, United States

Very unique tweak!

17 Nov 2006 6:37pm

Suby from Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Coool effect

17 Nov 2006 6:47pm

Ella Cooper from Toronto, Canada

This effect works perfectly!

18 Nov 2006 5:42pm

Peggy Picot from Paris, France

I like the colors on this one... and the wind!

20 Nov 2006 12:06pm

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

not a bad effect for this shot - I hope the release version of lightroom has more presets - I really like the Direct Positive one.

My technique lately is to work a RAW image in lightroom getting it almost ready and then tweaking final in CS2. Sometimes I process two jpg's from RAW and then selectively blend them in CS2. Seems to work well so far!

20 Nov 2006 3:07pm