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HOKIEGIRL Dec 2, 2006 3:57 PM

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One of the buildings around the drill field. Most buildings are made put of "HOKIE Stone"

Mark1616 Dec 2, 2006 5:45 PM

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It's Mr Negative again :blah:

There are 2 things I would change with this. 1 the angle, either shoot from more of an angle across the building or move more to the right in this case so that you have a good symmetry. This is just a little uncomfortable as it is almost there but not quite. 2 The exposure. This is a perfect example of needing to take 2 shots one exposed for the sky and the other for the building and combine them.

Hope you don't mind but I have done a quick edit to show the sort of effect you would get with a dual exposure.

Mark

bahadir Dec 2, 2006 6:07 PM

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You've captured very nice stone architecturein a freshening atmosphere, hokie! Yet probably due to high ISOset on the cameraremaining from the previous shot (not very sure though), I see the image somewhat suffers from noise. Hope you don't mind my moderate anti noise application :)

HOKIEGIRL Dec 2, 2006 7:39 PM

WOW, those two corrections made the shot so much better!! I am still so much an ameture with Photoshop. I have only had three classes, and am so trying to learn. :-) Hopefully one day I will understand.


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