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Dancing In The Sea!! Aphrodite's Rock, Cyprus!!

the voyager

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As the warmer weather approaches we can start to play in the water again!!

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As the warmer weather approaches we can start to play in the water again!!
I'm glad you guys can. We still have ice on the lakes here.
Nice job catching the silhouette the second one.
 

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Lovely images, particularly the last. Can you brighten up any od the water splashes round her legs? Might enhance the picture a bit
 

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Lovely images, particularly the last. Can you brighten up any od the water splashes round her legs? Might enhance the picture a bit
Good shout.. I use Light room.... What would you suggest? Just the brighten bush?? I find adding clarity can do wonders to enhancement and brightness.. Yes will try this.. I suppose the splash is one of the main theme and features of the image here.
 

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Added some brightness and clarity to the splash to her left and around the feet area, not too much mind, it started to show, also a small crop also to bring the attention in a bit. I shot about 300+ images, I kept saying spin and move freely and and have some fun, I knew a few out of those 300 had to be good. The full res version is amazingly pin sharp, even that water on the left of her feet is a real wonder to look at!

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Beautiful shots.
 

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That's better. I still might add a little more. Now that you have a bit of lightness around, I'd use the dodge brush for highlights, set at probably 1%, and do repeated passes over the water until, bit by bit, you get the shine. Not too much, or it will look weird!
 

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That's better. I still might add a little more. Now that you have a bit of lightness around, I'd use the dodge brush for highlights, set at probably 1%, and do repeated passes over the water until, bit by bit, you get the shine. Not too much, or it will look weird!
Thanks will try later!
 
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