Twilight Dune KIPosted: January 7, 2013
Do you know how to capture the subtle, pastel tones that occur at the opposite horizon of a sunset?
To be honest, I don’t really know myself. If I expose the histogram “correctly” the sky is too bright an loses it’s colour. Even when I underexpose, the colours are never really as vibrant as what I see with my eye (which is interesting since many times the opposite is true). So my solution is to increase vibrance in post processing. Sure, it works, but I feel like there must be a better way?
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