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Old Jan 14, 2012, 8:59 AM   #1
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Shot these the other day with my 18-135. The last shot was hand held at 10,000 iso.











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Old Jan 14, 2012, 7:40 PM   #2
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Nice shots I haven't had my 18-135 out much. Your pics look really nice for a lens that didn't get really good reviews.
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Old Jan 16, 2012, 11:22 AM   #3
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They Look great Tony, did you do a little PP lighting shadows, hard to tell on my notebook or are they a slight HDR

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They Look great Tony, did you do a little PP lighting shadows, hard to tell on my notebook or are they a slight HDR

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Hi Hans. I used NIk Software's Color Effects Pro. I have adjust several presets in the tonal contrast filter that handles most of my shots. I have the complete suite of Nik filters, and believe they are some of the best filters I have found so far.
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Why is it that they always put trash cans in the way of a great spot to shoot from (#4)? It's a nice picture otherwise. Also the last one (which I think is really interesting) looks a bit softer than the others. But it's still a neat picture.
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Nice, Tony. We lived in Georgia five years and never managed to get there. Even having kids aged 1 thru 15 at the time.

I agree on trash cans always being in the wrong place. Depending on where I am, I've been known to move them out of my way. If they aren't too disgusting, or heavy.

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