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Old Mar 13, 2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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Default Old House with starburst.......

I pass this old house daily on my commute to and from work. Decided to go out last night and take a photo of it.
Photomatix and LR 3. 3 bracketed shots 1/10 sec and f/22 on tripod.

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Old Mar 14, 2011, 11:59 AM   #2
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I pass this old house daily on my commute to and from work. Decided to go out last night and take a photo of it.
Photomatix and LR 3. 3 bracketed shots 1/10 sec and f/22 on tripod.

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That was just great... This will always be in your memory, as this is your creation which you saw everyday.

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Old Mar 14, 2011, 12:37 PM   #3
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Really neat image. The house looks like it may have a few memories inside it also.
I might try to clone out at least the the top wire on the upper left hand side to preserve the antique look.
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Thanks Saket and Soup....if the walls could talk. Soup, I will take you suggestion and work on the wire to remove it. Thanks for stopping by. Always like comments. That's how we learn to improve.
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Nice subject, angle and light. You need some alignment tool though.
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Nice subject, angle and light. You need some alignment tool though.
In what way Ordo? The roof is sagging in the middle because it truly is sagging in the middle. Let me know what you're seeing that I can straighten.
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Not a straightening problem. I'm seeing blurred branches. Quite blurred.
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Not a straightening problem. I'm seeing blurred branches. Quite blurred.
Thanks for the critique...I'll see what I can do.
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