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PostPosted: Fri Sep 11, 2009 8:46 am 
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Finally had time to upload some photos of our trip to Berlin, and play tourist for a day.

C&C welcome...

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Plenty of cropping done to remove my fellow tourists, contrast and saturation adjustments.[/img]


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:36 pm 
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Very nice set of pictures. My only critism would be shot #3, looks a little too exposed for my liking and not quite as sharp as the others. May have made for a nice B&W shot or Vibrance Adjustment.

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I like No 3, I love Beautiful old architecture, as a newbie I can't make CC

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Thanks for the inputs Phil...

4xxxx, I am a newbie too :) thanks for the comments.


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sonny, I don't like the contrast processing, it become too unnatural for me.

for the 1st and 2nd picture the sky area seems too big, maybe if you crop/compose tighter by eliminating some of the sky area, it will be a stronger image.

2nd image seems like a bit overexpose.

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Enche Zein wrote:
sonny, I don't like the contrast processing, it become too unnatural for me.

for the 1st and 2nd picture the sky area seems too big, maybe if you crop/compose tighter by eliminating some of the sky area, it will be a stronger image.

2nd image seems like a bit overexpose.


Thanks Enche, I appreciate your inputs.. indeed there is too much sky in 1 & 2.


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I think they are alright photos, the post processing is a bit harsh though. I wish the dome wasn't so tightly cropped. I want to see more of the building.

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Shagrath wrote:
I think they are alright photos, the post processing is a bit harsh though. I wish the dome wasn't so tightly cropped. I want to see more of the building.


Thanks Shagrath... :)


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I like the first one alot. Correct me if im wrong but #3 does look a bit over exposed.
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Interesting subject but over expose shots & over PP Saturation adjustment spoilt the whole set.

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