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Jul 16, 2006 00:32 |  #1

Any comments appreciated, Thanks


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Jul 16, 2006 01:13 |  #2

I like the first crop best, but maybe recrop it a little. Cut the bottom 20ish% and the top 5ish% and it is a little better shot to me.

Exposure looks good. Keep 'em coming.

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Jul 16, 2006 01:57 as a reply to  @ Travis F's post |  #3

I like the top one, but the top of the window seems to be really interesting. I would shoot with the top of the window much lower and lose the bottom, where nothing much of interest lies.

Overall, the shot looks rather flat. I would try boosting the contrast, saturation and sharpness and see if you can make it pop a little.

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Jul 16, 2006 10:30 |  #4

Travis & blue_max - Thanks for the suggestions, Here it is crpopped and with higher contrast, and slight sharpening.


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Jul 16, 2006 18:12 as a reply to  @ Mike R's post |  #5

That works much better for me. I think I would have shot at a wider aperture to try and blur the interior more as all the interest is outside.

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Jul 16, 2006 21:29 |  #6

I may go back and reshoot it at a wider aperture,Thanks for the suggestion.


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