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Enhancing The Sun’s Rays

By Matt Kloskowski  ·  Issue: November/December 2008 (v5n6)

I came back from a recent trip with lots of photos of sunrises and sunsets. Here’s a technique I came up with to enhance the sun’s rays in those photos and give them an extra bit of interest.


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1 Reply to Enhancing The Sun’s Rays:

  1. Michael

    May 28, 2011 at 5:53 pm

    I followed all of the steps but in the end I gradient box was still noticeable in the picture, even in Overlay mode and opacity lowered to 20%.

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