Jamaica Sunset 29th January 2010

  • Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
  • 2013:02:26 19:21:13

Shot Notes

This silhouette was taken in Negril in Jamaica. The sunset was not that interesting so I decided to try out a technique called split toning I saw on this blog. Split toning works by making the shadows one colour and the highlights another. This used to be done by developing with different combinations of chemicals. In the digital age its a lot simpler. Andrew Briggs used Lightrooms split toning tools for his image. I downloaded some photoshop actions instead. Actions are a way of automating tasks to save time. The split toning actions had several different options so I could not resist building up several layers with different split toning colours then mixing them together with different (blending modes) to create some really strong colours.

9 Responses to “Jamaica Sunset”

  1. 1

    Oh this is stunning! Great post processing work.

  2. 2
    Andrew Briggs:

    Nice work! I love the drama that is added to a scene through the use of this technique.

  3. 3

    Wow! Amazing sunset!

  4. 4

    A large photograph with a warm tone going well, superb!

    PS You can also see my images here

  5. 5

    Colors are stunning ! What a gorgeous landscape ! A sky of fire ! Well done.

  6. 6

    This is absolutely amazing.

  7. 7

    Thank you for your comments. It means a lot coming from such good photographers.

    These are the other sunsets from this photoblog.

    Trinidad Sunset, Rutland Sunset, Hambleton Sunset, Snow Sunset, Egypt Sunset.

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    Allison Anderson:

    Ummm seriously? That is stunning!

  9. 9

    Absolutely stunning! You are a great photographer.

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