A&P Rural Routes (March 12, 2006)

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  1. The Green Bastard

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    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    each post you make gets better... you're pulling better shots than some of the "DSLR" crew pulls :cool:

    I think the 1st pic(even though it seems maybe a tad underexposed), the 2 of the railroad trusses and the last pic are the strongest of the set
     
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    The composition isnt bad but they all feel washed out. Thats just a matter of opinion though. As a collection, they arent bad but at the same time nothing jumps out as spectacular.
     
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    :big grin: Thanks! I noticed myself the old schoolhouse in pic 1 was underexposed vy the roof having no detail....after I uploaded them lol.
     
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    a little trick.... if you have PS. Duplicate the layer and set the blending mode to screen.
     
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    :cool:

    Tried that just now, it brightened everything up, but the roof is still totally black. It was on the dark side of the house...


    But I'm learning! Thanks for the tip :big grin:
     

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