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Old Mar 24, 2011, 2:07 AM   #11
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Good shots!! I miss London, must visit soon!
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Old Mar 24, 2011, 3:27 AM   #12
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Thanks for the great comments guys.

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excellent set of photos hope you had a nice time in london detail is a1 did you do any pp because colours and sharpness is really good now for the criticism ,,there is none
I did do a little contrast change, increasing it with 10 or so (This took away a "mist" that was present) in Microsoft office picture manager (like the program for its simplicity and low memory usage).

After your question I remembered that I had the contrast in the camera changed and I checked it. It was -2 (!), I'll experiment with it and maybe in the future I wont be having to change the contrast pp anymore, thanks for pointing that out to me (maybe indirectly but still).

Banksy, the pigeon was at the balcony of my sisters apartment somewhere at the docks. Trafalgar Square would indeed be the "natural" habitat to find a pigeon :P
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Old Mar 24, 2011, 6:56 AM   #13
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Rafal – Excellent series of shots, enjoyed every one. Hard to pick a favorite but I like #6. I think it has great composition and the reflection of the building just adds to the shot. Only think you might want to experiment with if you haven’t already is AE lock. It might have helped get a little more light and detail on the buildings at street level in #8 but still hang on to that great sky.

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Old Mar 24, 2011, 9:09 AM   #14
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A nice view of London from you. Since I would also go there again. I especially like # 1 and # 7 Thanks for sharing.
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