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    suburban calm

    42mm (84mm), f/10, 25s, ISO100

    I didn't even know there were clouds until I saw them on the camera LCD I just don't like the odd placement of the circular flare directly under the basketball hoop

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    Re: suburban calm

    Hi,
    On my display I'm seeing two "balls"one near the basket and the other under the tower.Both are without problems in post processing.I try without pride
    too tell You about the "expantion" of photographic space through moving around the subject when the photographer is not sure if the subject has the best treatment.Then in wet or dry lab he will choose the best "position" for his subject.In the case of "static"subject this method goes without problems.

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    Radu Dinu



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    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 10th February 2010 at 12:00 PM.

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    Re: suburban calm

    Hi Troy,

    I think it could do with a clockwise twist to get the verticals vertical too.

    I like the composition though,

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