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Old Oct 12, 2011, 9:52 AM   #1
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I checked out my strap modifications, moved my over the shoulder strap to mount to the left strap mount on my Kr. Worked well, cycled down to Lake St Clair and took a few shots, autumn colors just starting. Kr with kit lens, #2 & 3 with in camera HDR

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Lovely colour (and dust bunnies ) in these Mike.

Of the HDR images I think photo #2 does an excellent job but photo #3 needs more contrast adding as, compared to the other shots, it looks sa little washed out though the detail is there.

Very interesting looking area ! Is it Lake Michigan ?
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Lovely colour (and dust bunnies ) in these Mike.

Of the HDR images I think photo #2 does an excellent job but photo #3 needs more contrast adding as, compared to the other shots, it looks sa little washed out though the detail is there.

Very interesting looking area ! Is it Lake Michigan ?
Thanks Kevin full color should be coming soon, the area is Lake St Clair, it's between Lake Huron and Lake Erie just north of Detroit and the Detroit river. And thanks for the insight on the 2nd HDR you are correct.

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i was at a seminar and the speaker mentioned that in every street wide angle photo, there is a garbage can. now they stand out to me.
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Lovely series, looks like you are starting to get some pretty fall colors.
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Nice job on all these, Hans.
like the redo on the boat shed too.
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Nice start to the colors, and great reflections too!
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Love the series, and the in camera hdr's are great. I'll have to check that out a lot more.
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