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PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:08 pm 
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After my university class i taked this one in Lisbon.

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PS: I really hate the wall in the left side :(


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cool! what is this place called? & I really like the cathedral in the back

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It was taked in Belém near Rio Tejo, Lisbon. The cathedral behind it's Mosteiro dos Jerónimos.

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and you got this in the front, Torre de Belém.

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It was taken with my other camera, so the quality, exposure are a bit bad :P

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Can remove the wall in pp. Only spent 2 mins doing this (could be done better) but i agree.. without the wall looks better.

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Nice shot, in the first one I was wondering if this would be better in landscape and get a bit closer, for me, the large sky detracts from the beautiful fountain.

#2 I love old architecture but not a fan of borders, keep them coming.

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gsxr1000au wow :| i could done it too if i know how can it be done :P Thanks for the sample.

4xxxx - I don't use borders anymore :P it was from 1 year ago.

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I used Photoshop 5.

Content aware delete handled most of it.. (Love that new feature) The rest was just done with the clone tool. Little bit of blur here n there and all done :)

I do also agree with 4xxxx.. Might look better as a landscape shot. There's a lil too much sky and foreground in my opinion.

That lil bird also looks like a dust spec, might be better to get rid of it unless your planning to print a larger size image... while your at it you could get rid of the light poles.. Hehe

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