Venice, Italy

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  1. Chicago1980

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    San Marco Basilica
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    St Marks Square
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    Venice Laundry
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    Venice Courtyard
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    Grand Canal
     
  2. abraxas

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    Interesting enough shots of an interesting place, and one I'd like to visit. I like the basilica shot the most.
     
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    sweet pictures, it would be nice to go somewhere that you can get interesting pictures that you can't get everyday. St Marks picture is definitely the best, I love birds eye view shots.
     
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    These are nicely composed but seem a little low contrast on my monitor.
    Imageshack allows direct linking; why not link the pictures so they appear here when the thread is opened?
     
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    side question - The_Traveler - how would you increase the contrast, something thats done when taking the picture, or in Photoshop?
     
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    Nice pictures (I loved Venice and hope to return this fall.)

    Assuming this is digital image, you'd have to increase the contrast in post-processing.
     
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    San Marco is the best but you should increase contrast as suggest the Traveler
     
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    the first is really just breath taking.
    it does have low contrast though.
    and i don't know if i like the crop at the bottom...
    such a beautiful place, i think you did a great job.

    (i'm an amateur...just a warning)
     
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    i wish i could travel more. these shots are awesome.
     
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    love them
     
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    Good shots.
     
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    Nice shots. I visited Venice a couple months ago (before I was really into black and white) and I totally agree the photography oppurtunities there are endless!
     

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