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Old Mar 11, 2010, 1:41 PM   #1
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Old Mar 11, 2010, 1:57 PM   #3
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I gotta tell you that the problem with these shots is the post processing. With your permission I will post my version of the one I like best.

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Take a stab at 'em


and #1 isnt edited, all the others are though.

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Here's my version of this shot...



I believe you are going into this with a "bad attitude." Gloomy days, sunny days, whatever, they can all produce dramatic results. As a result you're assuming, that there's not much than can be done with a gloomy day - Why bother?

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Wow, i really just noticed how soft the orig. was....

But i live close, may got retake it.

And i ws trying to capture the esence of the "gloom" of the day,I myself wasnt gloomy

like the edit too,

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Some nice shots but I don't feel sorry for you. You live in Florida where its pretty nice most of the year. :P
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Wow, i really just noticed how soft the orig. was....

But i live close, may got retake it.

And i ws trying to capture the esence of the "gloom" of the day,I myself wasnt gloomy

like the edit too,

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Bringing out the "gloom" of the day is a worthwhile goal, but it doesn't mean that you simply give up on post processing.

This image was taken in gloom, fog and a light rain...




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