Try to limit you post to 3 images and remember to give you post a title so that comment can be properly directed. Here are a few photos (there are more in my DPR gallery) of the Château de Chambord.
The original was too green so I removed ten parts of green and red and added 4 parts of blue and upped the brightness a tiny bit. The raw images were converted in SPP and further edited in LR3.This file contains additional information, probably added from the digital camera or scanner used to create or digitize it.If the file has been modified from its original state, some details may not fully reflect the modified file.Shooting and processing this was a bit of a challenge, given the camera's somewhat limited dynamic range and my very limited Lightroom skills. Full screen If you're ever in southern Maine, be sure to check out the sunsets from Ferry Beach (the one in Scarborough). target5 wrote: The photo is excellent on every aspect, congrats, may I ask you: which lens you used with SD1 Merrill and if you have done heavy color correction and if yes in Sigma Photo Pro or Photoshop? Jan Hello Scott, I used an outdated version of Kolors Auto Pano Pro which still serves me well.Hello, I didn't do much color correction on this one. Here is a link to the latest version: is also a demo available: Enjoy your Sunday!