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Old Mar 3, 2006, 12:41 AM   #1
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Well, not really. Most of the house is gone, so I don't think we can call it a house anymore!
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Old Mar 4, 2006, 2:05 PM   #2
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However, I have an impression that it still houses many a shrouded story.
Besides, I find the crispness and saturation of the image simply striking.Any post process? I could almost smell the odour from the hays:-)
Once, I also considered buying a 610 or 620(preferably), but ended up with having my old camera repaired!
A point which also attracted my attention is that at the first sight, one thinks that this was shot in the midst of a dry summer (I can see the dry bed of some brook), but in the camera properties it writes february.
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Thanks for your comments, bahadir. I try as much as I can not to use any post processsing. Some times I sharpen the photo a little. This particular one I increased thecontrast (not sharpness)just to emphasize the details on the house. The trick however, was to set the WB to cloudy on a bright sunny day (I read this trick on one of Perteson's book - Understanding Digital Photography, I believe). By doing that, the colors become a lot warmer, which is my preference.
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