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    Dublin Sunset

    From or European trip. Last stop was Dublin

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    Re: Dublin Sunset

    Composition is good. I'd like to see a bit more of what's in the shadows, maybe a lift in processing might help?

    Dublin 2 (1 of 1).jpg

    Hope you don't mind me brightening it up somewhat as I think it is a lovely image.

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    Re: Dublin Sunset

    I am always debating with myself on how much to process the image and how much to leave it as close to the way it was shot. In this case you have done a great job bringing the colours out.

    I am happy for forum participants to constructively manipulate any of my images I am not precious about it lol.

    It is always good to get a different perspective on the composition, colours etc.

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    Re: Dublin Sunset

    Quote Originally Posted by stapo49 View Post
    I am always debating with myself on how much to process the image and how much to leave it as close to the way it was shot. In this case you have done a great job bringing the colours out.

    I am happy for forum participants to constructively manipulate any of my images I am not precious about it lol.

    It is always good to get a different perspective on the composition, colours etc.

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    No worries, some shots just lend themselves to a little extra processing to bring out the best in them. Even the presets in camera can't always get what you're after.

    This was only a small jpeg file as uploaded, and you can see what detail was still available.

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    Re: Dublin Sunset

    I would love to have a crack at using a Sony A7rii or A7riii full frame sensor and see how much detail I can get out of that compared to the micro 4/3 sensor in my Panasonic GX9.

    Unfortunately my credit card and wife would have a melt down lol.





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    Re: Dublin Sunset

    Quote Originally Posted by stapo49 View Post
    I would love to have a crack at using a Sony A7rii or A7riii full frame sensor and see how much detail I can get out of that compared to the micro 4/3 sensor in my Panasonic GX9.

    Unfortunately my credit card and wife would have a melt down lol





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    Take her for a holiday to Tassie and I’ll let you borrow mine. 😉

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    Re: Dublin Sunset

    Hahaha. Sounds like a plan

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