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Old 06-06-2015   #1
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Old 06-07-2015   #2
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An excellent topic for HDR and an interesting workshop too - but I find it a tad dark (perhaps it was).

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Good capture I agree with Martin about being a bit dark
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I like the feeling in this one. It reminds me of the workshop of a friendly old carpenter/boatbuilder named Frank Pemberton 'Pemmie' who I knew when I was a preteen. Thank you. I hadn't thought about Pennie in years.

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Yeah, a tick dark in spots. Be interesting to see or now the settings and image exposures that made the HDR. Perhaps the "lantern" light to to some extent the window outside cause the HDR process to make it a bit dark in the other areas? Be good to learn from.
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