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Old Nov 16, 2014, 11:33 AM   #1
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Salem has quite a modern convention center. From up on the second floor last evening this turn of the (last) century building across the street looked a bit out of place. Shooting through thick glass window panes was detrimental to image quality so it was a perfect excuse to employ traditional (perhaps gaudy) HDR to help hide the glass-induced imperfections.

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Old Nov 16, 2014, 11:37 AM   #2
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Nice !
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Damn! ....... I like that, A LOT.
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Thanks guys. Now, if only the cars were horseless carriages. Hmmm. Thinking Photoshop here.
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That's a really nice treatment of, as you say, a potentially dodgy image. Light trails from the traffic going by is a real bonus. Nice work
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I love old buildings like this. It's always a curiosity to me what such a place looked like 100 years ago, and what it was originally built for. Whatever the process, I like the results and that's all that matters.
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