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    Default Windows 102



    Location: MacKenzie Road
    Shutter speed 1/320
    Aperture F4.0

    Editted:
    Photo contrast increased
    Saturation increased
    Resized
    Sharpened

    Comments please!
    Last edited by redstone; 29th December 2005 at 01:31 AM.

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    Default Re: Windows 102

    if u r eddting the photo.. get it rotate back straight...

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    Default Re: Windows 102

    personally i think not everything has to be dead straight.. your pics works well for me.. i can 'feel' the windows' expressions already..

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    Default Re: Windows 102

    Any more comments?

    My first shot at abstract photography.

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    Default Re: Windows 102

    Quote Originally Posted by DT_
    if u r eddting the photo.. get it rotate back straight...
    If I rotate, it'll become blur. I'm using the basic software Irfanview.

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    Default Re: Windows 102

    ur fov is too big to be considered 'abstract'.

    go in tighter on composition. 2nd story windows aren't the best subjects, especially when u r shooting from the outside. not unless u have long tele and steady hands.

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