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    Nice comp - feels a bit flat PP-wise, I might boost the contrast if this were mine.
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    I agree it is not ideal. Because it was sunny outside the ceiling was very bright. I had to underexpose the rest of it in order to not wash out the ceiling. As a result it doesn't look great when I had to really boost the shadows. I tried upping the contrast but it didn't look right either.
    I think I will give this building another try when it is no where near as bright outside, such as a dark cloudy day. That way there won't be as much dynamic range. I suppose I could try HDR as well.

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