Well, in this case I used a polafilter and had the sun 90 degrees to the right of me, this togheter with Velvia film, known to enhance colors gave this result. Nothing being done in PS, just a little unsharp mask.
Hi, well, I have been photographing for 15 year now, only as a interest of mine. I have a friend who is very advanced and I have learned a lot from him. No, no photos sold yet. We are currently construction a website of ours - release late this year, www.motljus.com (motljus in swedish stands for backlight) . There will be a lot of photos taken there from Sweden with surroundings. Hope I will see you as guset there!
HEre's an almost unrelated question. I've used the Velvia quite often, and I notice that it tends to give a bit of a pink cast at times... Anyone else notice that? It gives beautiful punchy colour, but I just noticed the reds are a little high.
Treasure (I'm still fairly new to slide film, so bear with me!)
Hi yes, i have noticed a pink cast sometimes. I used to blame my graduated grey filters (Cokin) for this but I am not sure of this anylonger. The Veliva film tends to oversature photos, green and red tend to get very (to) colorful. I have switched to Kodak ExtraColor slide wich delivers better colors, are cheaper and is one stop faster. Best regards Johan