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Old Dec 25, 2005, 1:03 PM   #1
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The restored CPR station in Vernon
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Old Dec 26, 2005, 11:36 AM   #2
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Looks like they did a great job on this restoration. Beautfiul building. Old train stations look so classy!
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I think it seems washed out.... Here is an edited version. I just boosted the black point on the levels. Then used an unsharp mask. All in Photoshop Elements 2.

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I think it seems washed out.... Here is an edited version. I just boosted the black point on the levels. Then used an unsharp mask. All in Photoshop Elements 2.

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Thanks, but I triedplaying withlevelsand found that I lost too muchdetail in the shadow areas, which is apparent in your edited version.
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Here's my attempt. It doesn't seem to be possible to correct the exposure without losing detail in the shadows.
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I like Lucky's edit. It helps the beautiful stonework stand out nicely.
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I like Lucky's edit. It helps the beautiful stonework stand out nicely.
Me too! Thanks, folks!
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