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Old Aug 10, 2008, 11:22 AM   #11
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Those are very nice! I like the detail in the dark and light portion of the images, although the second image seems a bit light in order to preserve the detail in the dark wood.

Shots like this always amaze me since here in the US we have no buildings older than about 200 years old.

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Old Aug 10, 2008, 9:52 PM   #12
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Those are very nice! I like the detail in the dark and light portion of the images, although the second image seems a bit light in order to preserve the detail in the dark wood.

Shots like this always amaze me since here in the US we have no buildings older than about 200 years old.

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About the details, I think it is difficult to preserve the details in the deep brown and the details in the light-colored floor tiles as the exposure values for them are so different. Perhaps, some software might help a little bit.

We have less and less old buildings now in both Hong Kong andChina as a result of urban renewal. A pity! But life has to go on and I think that is something that nobody can help.

Thanks again for viewing and giving comments. Peter
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