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ZWIN Nature Park (Belgium) - APhoto editing


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It would be interesting to know what post-processing you did with AP. The edge of the dunes against the sky looks rather oversharpened.

It's a nice image and scene nonetheless. Are those tidal dykes?

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14 hours ago, John Rostron said:

It would be interesting to know what post-processing you did with AP. The edge of the dunes against the sky looks rather oversharpened.

It's a nice image and scene nonetheless. Are those tidal dykes?

 

Thanks John for you reply

The original photo can be found in attachment.
To explain the entire editing process in a textual way would take too much time.

All the more because I have to translate everything from Dutch. A screen capture video would be an option. Maybe I'll give it a try.

 

14 hours ago, John Rostron said:

It would be interesting to know what post-processing you did with AP. The edge of the dunes against the sky looks rather oversharpened.

It's a nice image and scene nonetheless. Are those tidal dykes?


You are right, I also noticed this afterwards.
I adapted this using an extra layer (blend mode "Darken") on top and cloning parts oft he sky (see full size).
 

14 hours ago, John Rostron said:

Are those tidal dykes?

 

This are indeed tidal dykes.
More info via this link : http://www.zwin.be/en

 

 

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Thanks. I see this area of the forum as a place where people can show what can be done with Affinity. For a photo, this would typically be the post-processing. From the second image, I can see that there was quite a bit. 

 

I have only posted one image to date, My Avatar, which was originally on film so needed much clean-up.

 

I live in Essex and there are many similar tidal marshland areas like Zwin. The plants in the left foreground look like Sea Aster, a common feature of these marshes.

 

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On 19-11-2017 at 10:13 AM, HVDB Fotografie said:

To explain the entire editing process in a textual way would take too much time.

All the more because I have to translate everything from Dutch. A screen capture video would be an option. Maybe I'll give it a try.

 

Here's the video capture ;;;

 

 

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