This is a prime candidate for a nice moody B+W George. Convert to grayscale, lassoo the sky and adjust the levels to darken it down. I would even consider sticking it on my wall. Haunted hotel on a cliff....good stuff.George Farmer said:
JPEGs are used sometimes for ease of use, file size, most programs can handle them and so on. I don`t do a great deal of PS work, partly because I don`t know a great deal about it, but mostly because I don`t enjoy processing pics a great deal. What I have found out is that you can push RAW files a lot further than JPEGs. In the pic above, I have pushed the mid range tones way beyond the capability of the resolution of the pic. This is particularly noticeable in the sky.aaronnorth said:If RAW is better then why do photographers still shoot in JPEG occasionally?
Nice shots anyway