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    Re: Out-of-doors

    Hi Fernando. It looks like the contrast is so high that allmost all the detail has been subduded in the shadows. If you have a RAW original (and even if you don't) and you can do some post processing, you could make several copies that are varying levels of overexposed and try to recover some of the detail by blending the shadow area back into the original.

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    Re: Out-of-doors

    Almost oversaturated and I would agree that the loss of shadow detail detracts from the overall image.

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