One in a million.
A picture of any size and position you like.
Aside with the glass. Let’s see what a digital filter is capable of.
Over-exposure, an effect reminiscent of graphics. Go for it!
Photoshop against gloominess and grey.
Black sky and white foliage… of course, it is the infrared filter.
This is the essence of brightness and color correction in digital photos, when you want to modify only part of the photo instead of the whole one.
Too dark corners in a mono-color area? It’s a piece of cake.
Yet again, contrast-ruining mist goes away.
Triple noise = film grain?