What to do when its raining...

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  1. WDodd

    WDodd TPF Noob!

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    I was bored today, unable to work because my job takes me outside, so here is a pretty cool not particularly original idea but cool I think. C&C the crap out of it please :lol:

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    How could you stay indoors and yet take this?
    Or did you actually STEP OUT INTO THE RAIN for us to take this photo :shock: :wink: :wink: :wink: !?!?!

    Nice.
    I feel that although there probably were not very many highlights in nature on a wet day as that one the photo would still improve with some more highlights "pulled up". Your DOF was "mini" and I am debating with myself if I find it a smidge too "mini" ... :scratch:
     
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    WDodd TPF Noob!

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    I definitely went out into the rain. It was more of a constant mist so it wasn't too bad. I also thought the DOF was a bit too shallow and I cropped the original tighter to try and fix this a little.
     
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    A tad more DOF would definitely help.
    You could experiment with angles here (you have the time)

    When it´s raining, I still go out ...get some of my best shots in bad weather

    or, stay home and catalogue stuff, and make back-ups (CD only btw!)
     

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