Dreary Day

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  1. johnhwyman

    johnhwyman TPF Noob!

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    D200 18-200 @18 Really overcast

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    Is the first one supposed to be an hdr?
    Cool shots
     
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    bigtwinky No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    is it me or is the second one tilted
     
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    1st one was processed in LR to try and get rid of the washed out color caused by the overcast, maybe I went to far. Here is the original:
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    2nd one might be a tad to the left, I didn't notice till you mentioned it.

    I am leaving for Burma (Myanmar) in a few weeks and want to master my D300 so that my pictures are decent. These were taken last summer with my D200.
     
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    the thing I am actually looking at is the fact that the building is really old, then the green awning thingies that are new world.
     
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    Restoration work underway, would have preferred no green tarps, but you gotta go with what is presented.
     

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