very nice job everybody!!
Working with PS CS2, I used a Levels Adjustment Layer to lift the shadows, and another Levels Adjustment Layer to minimize the green cast by setting the grey point on a lighter spot at the back of the groom's jacket.
I, then, used:
Selective Colors and Hue/saturation to correct the colours.
Levels and Brightness/Contrast for tone and contrast.
Neat Image to minimize the noise.
Copy+Paste to hide the Minister.
Smart Sharpen to lightly sharpen the image.
We work with different Colour Profiles:
Adobe RGB (1998) you, sRGB ICE61966-2.1 me ...I'm not sure but this might alter the look of colours and saturation ...
Thanks for the diagrams.
It is probably not necessary but maybe your diagrams deserve a little further explanation.
In the second diagram you may have given the impression that the overlapping area will be overexposed but this is not the case.
Imagine that the ambient light (sunlight) is giving a reading of 125th at f8 and the reflected (flash) light is set to f5.6
In the areas that receive light from both light sources the correct exposure would still be f8. The lights do not add together and overexpose.
The only way the lights would become additive is if there was a multiple exposure (one for each light)
I hope this clears up any confusion.
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