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    A very cold and wet day in Budapest...the only day I had in daylight to have a walk around..

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    There's a bit too much sky for me, but I assume that you were trying to keep the darker clouds at the top of the frame. Perhaps a crop & apply a graduated filter? It looks better on Flickr, though.
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    only one day !!! heck I'd need 2 weeks its an amazing place

    I do agree with Chris about the sky, but I can see what you've tried to do by having so much sky above, just don't think the building has enough to make it work. I'd loose some sky then I think it would be a lot better. It looks lke you used the de-haze slider in LR ?
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    If you a going to have that much sky on a dull day then it needs a bit of drama...

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    Thanks Guys....I definitely like the darker treatment of the sky Nigel....I'm always a bit over cautious doing that (I had already applied a grad filter) but your version looks much better. The crop is intended as it is and yes I did have to use the de-haze on this.
    I could spend weeks there, a fantastic place in deed. I went on Tuesday afternoon and came back yesterday with just a few hours to use before my return flight. Walking around in the evening the buildings are very impressive being floodlit...and there are several Christmas markets at present.
    Thanks for comments...Ill post some more of my usual street style in another thread.
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    Here is the original
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    That looks very misty. You did very well to get something as good as you did Brian!
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    Thanks Chris
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    did well with the processing Brian
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    Nicely done with the processing Brian.

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