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Old Jun 11, 2007, 1:05 PM   #1
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Here i was making my way up the mountain, sorry about that bush in the middle but anywhere i turned i was surrounded with trees.
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Here is the main entrance in the Castle.
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Old Jun 11, 2007, 1:17 PM   #3
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And here towards the back you head up to the Fortress Gates, it was repaired by Byzantines and Turks who also made additions to it. One thing i was using my 400D and it was daylite outside and was wondering to anybody who knows, is my 400D underexposing it didn't seem like it with the other pictures thanks for looking
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What an exciting place. You are lucky to live in the cradle of civilisation. Being a wall devotee (oh, not that wall) I especially admire the outcome of your second photo. Thanks

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Nice series of shots, dont think it has underexposed, maybe the metering

compensating for bright background sky as clouds are a bit more pronounced

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Kind of views which fills me with aweOnce again, well done, Hercules!

Imostly use spot metering or center weighted metering sometimes.Nevertheless, I thinksuch a result (#3)is typical fora strongly backlitplace or else you might have a burnt sky!! Still, owing to the considerable dynamic range of your 400d, you can easily fix such issues at PS, as long as you do not harsly overexpose, IMO!

Here's just a quick fix. Having the original file, you can doa betterjob I believe ; )
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What an exciting place. You are lucky to live in the cradle of civilisation. Being a wall devotee (oh, not that wall) I especially admire the outcome of your second photo. Thanks

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Thanks for your appreciation
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Nice series of shots, dont think it has underexposed, maybe the metering

compensating for bright background sky as clouds are a bit more pronounced

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Kind of views which fills me with aweOnce again, well done, Hercules!

Imostly use spot metering or center weighted metering sometimes.Nevertheless, I thinksuch a result (#3)is typical fora strongly backlitplace or else you might have a burnt sky!! Still, owing to the considerable dynamic range of your 400d, you can easily fix such issues at PS, as long as you do not harsly overexpose, IMO!

Here's just a quick fix. Having the original file, you can doa betterjob I believe ; )
Thanks for your appreciation my friend,, you know i also had my S3 IS there and it took a brighter picture in the 3rd, i also like your edit
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