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rayspencer1

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Another attempt at Oakworth Station, added a bit of foreground interest by putting the period trolley on the left. DSC_5462.jpg 

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Nice shot Ray. Couple of critiques. Definitely not criticising just considering........  Look out for your sensor spots and I think those small high leaves/branches top left could be cloned out. Wonder if a sepia tone would work too????? What's your thoughts fella????
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rayspencer1

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The sensor does need cleaning yet again. I agree about the trees top left. I have tried sepia but after you have applied it in Lightroom you cannot make any further adjustments, do you know of any other sepia conversion software ?
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Always thought Lightroom was none distructive. You could create a virtual copy and then try the sepia on that.
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Hi ray good  photo can't you make copies to work on, I know you can make virtual copies to try things out. I thought that Lightroom was non destructive and by simply clicking the screen on the left ( In Develope ) it would take you back as far as you wanted , even to the original photo. 
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alan

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Just looked at a training video I have. You can make as many copies of a selected photo in develop , by using snapshot, just rename each copy. 
       You can make as many virtual copies as you want of a selected photo in develop, by clicking photo top task bar and virtual copy in the drop down menu. Other virtual copies can be made by right clicking on a virtual copy in the image file bottom task bar. Back space on windows to delete a selected virtual copy  and delete button on Mac's. 
     
 
      Just to clarify earlier post you have to be in HISTORY in the left hand panel and this shows each individual step you have made to process the photo and you can click back as far as you want to go and this will take the photo back to that particular development stage. I'm sure you know all this but it might just help others
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I've no problem going back to the original. The sepia in Lightroom is a preset and can't be altered. I am looking for a good sepia add on for Lightroom.

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Done some more processing in Photoshop, just need to sort out the trees on the left now, got a bit over zealous with the brush. DSC_5462 copy copy.jpg 

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alan

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Like the second one over the first good one Ray
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