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Old Feb 20, 2006, 9:02 AM   #1
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... of course if anyone would like to ski instead, then there are always the Back Bowls: :lol: :-) :G





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Old Feb 20, 2006, 9:51 AM   #2
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nice perspectives, but it looks like your WB was off a bit... the snow in the firs shot looks more like sand, and allthe other two, though not as bad,just don't seem to showthe brilliant white one would expect. need a shot of bleach, maybe? also a rather nasty lens flare in the second shot. otherwise, very nice shots.
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nice perspectives, but it looks like your WB was off a bit...
Totally agree!

-> I shot it through the Cabin plexiglass on my way to the slopes... :lol: :-) :G


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NHL, if you have Photoshop or Elements it's a really quick fix. Hit CTRL+L to open up the levels, then click the white-tipped dropper to the right and click anywhere on the snow. It really adds some punch. I learnt this trick only yesterday!
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