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 Post subject: Caracas Baseball Stadium
PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 12:53 am 
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This is a picture that i took from the 25th floor of my house. I thought that would be nice to have a memory of this shiny day. I hope you like it!. ¡Please comment, any review is welcome!

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Crop off part of the sky. It is sorta distracting.

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Thanks for sharing alxgt.

I agree with GLXLR about the sky bit. It's a little too distracting. You could try and darken highlights in your image editing tool by playing around with curves. Or you could even take a few exposures of the image and make it HDR. This is one instance where I believe that HDR could make the photo look awesome, since there looks like a lot of detail hidden in the sky.

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I would've taken this shot landscape, not portrait orientation. That as well as bracketing the shot to save the sky.

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You have 25 floors in your house? :wink:


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yes :P its a really big building :D


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