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Old 09-28-2009, 05:04 AM
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personally, I think LCD is pampering photographers. don't rely on it too much, it's a bad habit.

after use a while, you can agak agak how "truthful" is your LCD.

now in your case, next time if you snap in JPG and can't see LCD - then snap multiple exposures.
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how about this? But too bad that there's no flower.

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How about this?

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Edited with Macromedia Fireworks. With layers, invert luminosity (negative), invert hue, multiply, screen and tint masks... level adjustment (RGB or individual channel)... in a rather complicated sequence.

I have a universal method that works consistently well for most under exposed photo or photos with lots of shadow. The same method works on PS too.
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I feel that the compo should be improved first. I have a hard time to see the message u want to deliver.
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Take it easy on newbies (like me.. XD), treat this as a subject to pick up photo rescue. Maybe?
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