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    This weekend I visited a farm where I'd photographed an abandoned truck in the past, with pretty crappy results.
    I went before sunrise and managed to get a couple of shots before the sun came over the surrounding mountains and kind of ruined it.
    This was my favourite.

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    Not too bad. I always shoot multiple exposures in situations like this and process as an HDR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heaterguy View Post
    Not too bad. I always shoot multiple exposures in situations like this and process as an HDR.
    Thats a good idea, I did bracket while shooting, so I so have multiple exposures.
    thanks for the suggestion.

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    If you do an HDR version of this, I'm anxious to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rspears View Post
    If you do an HDR version of this, I'm anxious to see it.
    I'm definitely going to give and HDR version of this a try, never really done one before, but I've got all I need to give it a whirl.
    thanks for looking.

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