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10/23/2004 10:41:24 AM · #1
thanks for the comments....anyone else?
10/22/2004 10:11:34 PM · #2
I like both picture
But you need a stronger tripod; I have the same problem on the wind.

10/22/2004 09:59:06 PM · #3
Number 1 is the better shot in my opinion.

I cleaned it up a little:

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Mostly toning down the yellow cast, applying USM on lightness channel and boosting saturation a little.

Cool shot!

Message edited by author 2004-10-22 22:04:07.
10/22/2004 09:43:05 PM · #4
both or great shots, my fav is number 1
10/22/2004 09:20:09 PM · #5
Well, I braved the traffic, hills, and stoplights and headed out toward the city tonight. I must say it is always colder on a mountain, and tonight was no exception. The wind was SO strong I had to pull out my winter hat. Here's two of the shots I got tonight at a shutter speed of 2.0 seconds...



What do you think?
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