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Nov 01, 2009 22:24 |  #1

Made this out of 3 exposures. CC welcome.
Too many ppl walking around but I liked the look that the clouds give.
One of the benefits of an overcast day!

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Nov 02, 2009 15:44 |  #2

any opinions? :)


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Nov 02, 2009 17:23 |  #3

I think it is a very subtle HDR which many people like. For me, the bright colors of shirts in the foreground distract me form the rest of the shot which is excellent. I might try cropping out the people which will remove the ghosting as well.


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Nov 03, 2009 10:22 |  #4

thanks for the advice..I'll try that..probably selective BW might also serve the purpose.


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Nov 03, 2009 10:42 |  #5

You may even be able to clone out some of the people/movement.


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