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Old Oct 15, 2006, 10:39 PM   #11
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Thanks Guys, both of you. Especially to bahadir. When I returned home I rapidly (maybe too much so) went through processing and culling through my 1500+ RAWimages to get the 700 or so on my website that are now out there. I should have paid more attention to that one image you mentioned bahadir. Fortunately, the one great thing about shooting RAW is you can always go back and fix things. In this case, I re-processed the file into two separate images, then combined them in Photoshop CS-2 to keep the best parts of each image and expose the sculpture better.


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Ditto with the superwide shot. I need to pay more attention sometime. Maybe not as abvious as the prior image, but a little better.
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Old Oct 16, 2006, 1:48 AM   #13
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Noticable improvement especially in your first edit Maybe you can brighten up the sideways featuring the richarchitecture;massive pillars and arches for example, to a degree so as not to upset the solemn atmosphere.
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