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    Aegina from the ship upper deck

    Few photo from Aegina taken from the ship on my way back to Athens.

    I would appreciate some CiC on the first one. Does it look oversharpened or too color saturated? I am not sure if my PP process was a success.

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    Re: Aegina from the ship upper deck

    Shame - I cannot see photobucket images through my browser here in Dubai.

    Big Brother is ever present! Photobucket's blocked

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    Re: Aegina from the ship upper deck

    I am very sorry to hear Phil.

    I made a trial ->smugmug account<- available for few days.

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    Re: Aegina from the ship upper deck

    Hi Miltos. I've never been to Greece and I know the colours are spectacular but on the first yes it does seem a tad over saturated most noticeably with the blues. The trees and house look fine but there also seems to be a fair bit of noise in the sky and water that does not seem to be present to the same degree in the other photos in the series.

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    Re: Aegina from the ship upper deck

    Thank you very much for your comment Helen.

    It looks like I have pushed the vibrance slider too much. About the noise I had in mind a smaller jpg than the one posted. In regular view the noise cannot be seen I thing but if you see the image in 100% zoom there it is. The clouds were too dull in the original due to the harsh summer sun and I had to push the sky to increase the clouds constrast, a step that also increased the noise.

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