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This is a discussion on Alberta Legislature Grounds within the Architecture & Man Made (cities, buildings, roads, objects & abstracts) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; First day of school summer vacation. Many strolling around the legislative grounds...

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    First day of school summer vacation. Many strolling around the legislative grounds

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    I really like this scene Robert. Beautiful sky and I like the symmetry

    Just an observation - to my eye it looks a little underexposed and a bit over-saturated
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    I might raise the exposure a bit. I tend towards more bold bold and lively colour, a bit more punchier, sometimes more than others may like.

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    A little increase in exposure and a little desaturation. I still prefer the original

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    I prefer the second one, but to be honest Robert it really isn't about what I like - it is your photo and all about what YOU like.

    Not all of us have the same tastes and preferences, and there is no right and wrong. I just thought I would throw in my personal observation for your consideration
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    Monochrome version. Didn't want to put it in a different thread.

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    I agree with RM here- but if it's deliberate and to your taste - it what makes the world go round.
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    After comparing them, several times, I am starting to swing towards RM and Marko's opinion

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    Wide angle POV - 21mm equivalent

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    After comparing them, several times, I am starting to swing towards RM and Marko's opinion
    good call.

    But seriously...it's your right to pull our eye away from reality. Just know that you're holding back the tones....this prevents this image from 'singing' in my opinion.
    Instead, the burning and underexposure creates a somber mood that doesn't look like it was there to begin with.

    This last shot is underexposed as well.... people know that clouds are supposed to be fluffy white - so if you underexpose them (with the rest of the scene )....it gets noticed - especially on a photography forum.
    Sometimes, underexposure works well....so don't not use it when you want to.
    But here...it doesn't seem to be working for RM or me.
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