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Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Part 1 - Inside

An attempt to rectify my picture to non-picture posting ratio.

All processed in Oly Viewer 2 so nothing the camera couldn't do except for some perspective/distortion correction. All handheld.

Some of these had the auto graduation setting applied to lift the shadows where a staight exposure lightening didn't suffice.

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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Looks like an Oxbridge College? Amazing detail in all the shots.
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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Imageryone, I was trying to find something different from the normal everyday shots you see of some of the Cambridge colleges.
This post was the inside shots; two more posts in the set - the outside shots and the more unusual shots (well unusual for for me a I was trying to be a bit "arty").

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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Excellent set, very interesting.
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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Very nice set 1 & 2 are my favourites.
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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Imageryone, John, Alf. Thanks for looking.
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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Very nice set, the shots with people in work well.
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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Nice set, I like No 1 & 2, I know its hard sometimes but I prefer interiors like this to be devoid of people there are ways to eliminate this but it doesn't work too well if you're hand holding. Nevertheless, you did a good job.

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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Jeremy, 5 is drizzled with golden light and my FAV ! but such a great set
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Re: Inside and Outside (part 1) [8 images]

Mrs T, Tom, thanks for looking.
I'm sure there is a long discussion to be had about people in or out of photos. In general I do not mind a few, especially in recognisable tourist locations. By "few" I mean not enough to get in the way. Certainly with interior decoration the principle subject of interest you do not want any people in the shot but sometimes, like here, it was unavoidable and its not always possible to return at a later time. If there are people in the shots then its best if they are looking interested and not wandering aimlessly around.
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