Some Scotland Pictures

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  1. Tsimiri

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    Here are some pictures....what do you guys think?

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  2. MDowdey

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    nice shots, looks like a beautiful place!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
     
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    cool shots!, must be amazing to see these old structures!
     
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    i'm not sure if the blown out whites add or detract from this pic...
     
  5. vixenta

    vixenta Hands Off Me Haggis!

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    I like the shots here, where in Scotland is that?
     
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    Its in Edinburgh at the royal palace, Holyrood. The black and white one was shot right outside Edinburgh Castle overlooking the city down the Royal Mile. Thank you for your guy's imputs! Much appreciated....
     
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    That one with the tree would be awesome if you didn't have the car there...

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    I hope you don't mind...but I also touched it up a bit farther...

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    nice cesium, how did you remove the car ?
     
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    he probably used photoshops clone stamp

    the flare really shows in the pic though once you edited it :S
     
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    Sorry about that...I literally clicked on that thread after I posted that.

    (Yes, I used the clone stamp, and then a bit of smudging to smooth things out and then once over with the sharpening. After that, just a few coloration and brightness changes and you have the finished product...)
     
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    i like it alot, and you did a wonderful job of removing the car...i have expiremented with the clone stamp and whatnot, in the black and white picture, i removed people that were walking on the street but i still have to work on it a bit. but i really like it, i dont know, i think it would look real good in black and white, high contrast...
     

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