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A couple from the west coast of Scotland


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Dec 08, 2017 16:40 |  #2823

More boats - sorry


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Dec 09, 2017 19:34 |  #2824

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I love this one!

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All steamed up


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I can smell it! I love to see these old locos and I see this one still has its original Haymarket (Edinburghshed number 64B :-)

More please :-P


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Across a sunny lake


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Minimal lens flare, kidos to Olympus!

It's good to see that skyline again.


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The Cairngorms, Scotland


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Beautiful maestro loch Morlich???




  
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Beautiful maestro loch Morlich???

Yes, Rob, Loch Morlicch it is. It's a multi-activity place and you can be as energetic oras lazy as you want to be :-)


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Hi, Been trying a new software HDRProjects 5 to replace SNS-HDR.
Only adjusted the white and black points from 5 merged images in Photomatix then sent as a Radiance file to HDRProjects.
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Dec 17, 2017 09:04 as a reply to  @ russellsnr2's post |  #2835

I'm not sure that shot needed HDR, but it looks very natural to me, so if it did, then it is a great job. Of course even it it didn't you have a very natural looking shot that doesn't look HDR-ed and should have better shadow detail.


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