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good job, Sunny. Looks good enough to eat. I wonder what the dish on the lower left is. Looks sooooo good
And this one:
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Thank heavens I had supper before working on this! :rotfl:

Michel,

I have a G6 also and it is a fiend for noise. Spent a lot of time tweaking this in LR and couldn't get to what I wanted (that I tried out in CS3 where I denoised with Noise Ninja and sharpened with LAB mode).

Ah well.

Adjusted WB to SHADE, ramped up Luminance and Color Noise reduction, then went with Kelsey Smiths Garden preset - naturally! :chickendance:

The preset messes with the WB again, but I like the looks!

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John
O.K., went somewhere else with this.

I saw from the metadata that it was shot at 12:45 pm.

I always associate fires with evening campground settings.

Played - as I usually do with WB and settled on Tungsten and then ramped up the red saturation to 100 and the orange to 53.

Viola - evening campfire.

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John
How funny, John. I used the Garden preset on the Fire and loved what it did to the picture.
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Believe in your heart that something wonderful is about to happen.
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