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Old Jul 17, 2006, 7:36 PM   #1
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Another shot I took today at the Haney Heritage Village.
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Old Jul 24, 2006, 4:09 PM   #2
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I have an impression that the fence is about to collapsedue tothe pressure of the the fertile greens. However, I think you should increase the contrast a little and play the level of the grey tonesslightly at the PS to prevent the slight haziness in the image. Thanks for sharing, Toshi
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Hi, bahadir. Actually, I'm surprised I captured any shadow detail at all - I took this just after noon on a very bright, contrasty day. Considering that, I think it turned out OK. I did adjust the levels a little, but any more would have introduced too much noise.
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Well it's not that your shot lacks detail. On the contrary, as I said ''I have an impression that the fence is about to collapsedue tothe pressure of the the fertile greens'' There's no question of that.It's only I feltas if there was a slightest screen in front of the vivid and sharp image you acquired
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Thank you for your input, bahadir. I think the slight haziness that you mention are because of the lighting conditions at the time. I tried playing around with the levels and grey tones again to no avail. I assume you did the same things, but I can't see a lot of difference between your edit and my original, at least on my monitor. Take care, my friend.
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