DOJ Building For JonMikal

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  1. jocose

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    JM, I thought you'd like this shot :)

    Here's another from the new cam...oh my god...I LOVE my new cam.

    As always, thanks for looking and comments are welcome:

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    hey, that building looks familar ;)

    nice work Jo. i especially like your conversion. these type skies work well when shooting the DOJ and Supreme Court buildings.

    thank you for the post! :)
     
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    Very nice! :D
     
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    Thanks guys.

    JM, the sky is actually a separate layer...it was a little overexposed...but I did a good job. I'm a little upset, though because it didn't look so crooked in PS, but it looks more so now...oh, well...I'm starting to just tilt my head :lol:
     
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    i wasn't going to say anything since you dedicated it to me :hugs: :greenpbl: , but now that you mention it :lmao:
     
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    I finally figured out how to do the layer adjustments or whatever it is where you do your effects in separate layers...but I still can't figure how to do it all without merging layers, so I can't repeat what I've done. So I can't really fix it. Maybe, I'll play with the original and see if I can make it look the same and fix the rotation more. I really wish PS would create some kind of auto rotate and it will do it for you :mrgreen:
     
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    Looks good to me Jo and nice job on the conversion. No such thing as over exposed if your shooting in raw. I know you were right. If not, don't tell me. I don't want to know.

    Scott
     
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    :lmao: no, I wasn't...but I am reading an article in Photography Monthly that says that I can do RAW images in Elements, so I think my next forey (SP?), I will try in RAW...the only problem is that you don't get a whole lotta pics on a card. If it's sunny tomorrow after the snow stops, I might see what kind of damage I can do with snow and glare...
     
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    if it snows i might come out.
     
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    Great shot 'cose.
     
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    thanks, 'lox!
     
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    since i tend to be tilted, i thought it was straight!! cool shot jo..
     

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