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  1. O'Rork

    O'Rork No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I guess it blew down, I really don't know. It sits on some really expensive ground on the fringe of the home building rush. I don't have a clue how to work PP, so this is straight out of the box. I have Nikon transfer and capture....and capture is just what it did to my poor old computer. I'll work on the system as best as I can, with what time I can devote to it.
    So what do you folks think of this exposure? Frank

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  2. O'Rork

    O'Rork No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    OK, the stats;
    D300
    24-70 2.8 G
    45 MM
    F 8
    1/640
    ISO 200

    after a little work......

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    Rather than oversaturation, this photo is begging for desaturation and high sharpening, IMO.

    I don't usually play around with other people's photos as I'm not the greatest yet at processing.

    I have a thing for processing like this with old stuff.....

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    Both conversions lessen the original. If you want me to try I will, but all you have to do is add a "little" saturation, and try sharp the fallen barn. Just my opinion.
     
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    It's an interesting shot. I think the light seems a little flat. I think it may be a big improvement to get it with better lighting, maybe early evening, if you can go back?

    I would have fun with that though. Try from many different angles. If it were me I would probably spend at least 45 minutes there and would get a ton of shots from all different angles.
     

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