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    Great scene. I remember the big difference between light and dark in these canals make the exposure pretty tricky. You have saved it well.
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    Funny thing is, all my FB friends and my wife just went crazy over this photo, and I really don't care for it. Something about the exposure doesn't sit right with me. I've tried to rework it several times and it just doesn't do it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquetiger View Post
    Funny thing is, all my FB friends and my wife just went crazy over this photo, and I really don't care for it. Something about the exposure doesn't sit right with me. I've tried to rework it several times and it just doesn't do it for me.
    As I said it is a great scene, so understand why people like it.

    From a technical point of view (and you may have got this from my wording of my comment above) I could tell the exposure was tricky and didnt quite work. In retrospect it may have been a good HDR candidate
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    This photo caught my attention immediately, of all the photos you have posted from your trip. I like the framing of the beautifully colored water and colored buildings in the background by the washed out foreground buildings, which show a lot of detail, brick by brick. A great leading lines shot. But looking up at the sky, it is overexposed and less attractive than the rest. Still, it's essential Venice. I am enjoying all the shots you have shared. Thanks.
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