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Modes of Transport - Port of Montreal

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    I know I am the last person to critique your images, but I would like to see a little more contrast in this image. Great shot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquetiger View Post
    I know I am the last person to critique your images, but I would like to see a little more contrast in this image. Great shot!
    I think I'd have to agree. Not quite enough "pop".
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    Thx guys - In my defense lol - The image is flatish and it was processed that way on purpose. More contrast would pop it harder but that's not what the scene looked like.
    The day was seriously overcast and this is a closer representation of what my eye saw.
    I show probably try more contrast though....that's the feelin' I'm getting.
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