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Jun 02, 2009 22:28 |  #1

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Jun 02, 2009 23:44 |  #2

Good content. Too much color saturation for me.


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Jun 03, 2009 08:10 |  #3

lovely shots! maybe if in the second pic you could have taken a longer view of the food stall it wud have been more interesting, but again this is not always possible due to what is actually there!


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Jun 03, 2009 08:14 |  #4

breathless wrote in post #8039649 (external link)
Good content. Too much color saturation for me.

^^^^^ I agree 100%. Great shots, but the colour is too much......thankfully, you shot using a loverly-jubberly dSLR, so you have the original data and can play with it again.

My suggestion is to try out various pre-sets (eg, B&W, "aged") and then tweak them until you're happy.

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