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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 2:24 pm 
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Took those yesterday at Paulista Avenue (tourist point in Sao Paulo). Hope you like them :wink:

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Wow they get down right crazy with the lights in Brazil.
I like the set. Where I live it's not really cool to hang up too many lights
Something about distracting from the environment........Park Service thing.
Thanks for sharing.
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Very nice shots. I like the trees in particular, was there any editing done on them to make them disappear like that?

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grahamnp wrote:
Very nice shots. I like the trees in particular, was there any editing done on them to make them disappear like that?


The trees were almost all black. This park is very dark so you could only see the lights, but, since the lights would light the tree a bit, I put contrast in maximum at DPP, just to be sure the trees won't show. :wink:

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Fala Alex!
Great photos dude. I really like them, and kinda miss this place sometimes!

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