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  • pandora
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    Originally posted by DerekW View Post
    Re the first picture - I take quite a few pics of floodlit castles and churches, the big dilemna is whether to colour correct the light on the stonework. Yes I lose the sense of the floodlit building but I get a closer view of the stone work. I guess that both versions are valid.
    Very true, Derek. I'm not as forensic about detail. My usual focus is 'the big picture', the 'show it how it looks' approach with emphasis on composition.

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  • DerekW
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    Re the first picture - I take quite a few pics of floodlit castles and churches, the big dilemna is whether to colour correct the light on the stonework. Yes I lose the sense of the floodlit building but I get a closer view of the stone work.

    I guess that both versions are valid.

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  • pandora
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    Originally posted by Jax View Post
    I agree, nice set Mark. Is Murphy Street always such a lively bustling place or was it taken at 3am ? Jax
    Murphy St. was shot at 8:28pm, and being a week night the streets were all but deserted. I live in a country town of 28,000 peeps.
    They are all at home in front of the telly, or blind drunk at the pub. Thanks Jax

    Originally posted by Olybirder View Post
    A very nice set Mark. Mind you, with the first one I did try to blow the stars off my computer screen before I realised that they weren't dust particles. Ron
    Thanks Ron. Truth to tell, I hadn't noticed the stars until you mentioned them. I was so blown out of my little brain after getting home around 10pm
    that in my haste to post them, I processed the LF jpegs instead of the RAW. Hence in the sky there's a slight degree of noise. Just laziness.

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  • Olybirder
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    A very nice set Mark. Mind you, with the first one I did try to blow the stars off my computer screen before I realised that they weren't dust particles.

    Ron

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  • Jax
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    I agree, nice set Mark. Is Murphy Street always such a lively bustling place or was it taken at 3am ?

    Jax

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  • MJ224
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    Nice set Mark, love those fishy ones...:-)

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    A Night on the Town


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    Catholic Church


    Murphy Street


    Art Gallery


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