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Somewhat of a challenging subject because the best side of the building faces north and is in the shade. Was in Cooperstown for a Relay for Life last week and only had one shot to photograph this time. Remember climbing to the top and looking out the round windows. Thought that was sooo cool back then. Still a little frustrated that the images look better on my home computer than I can get them to look through photobucket.

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Playing around with levels could dramatically improve this shot. I believe that's all it needs.

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If you would like to give it a shot, be my guest. I messed around with it a little bit and this is better, but not good. It looks much better on my computer at home before I sent it to Photobucket.

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I spent only a few seconds just to give you an idea. Someone really into Photoshop could do much more, I'm sure.

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Yep, better already. Seemed like whenever I did a couple of things they would cancel each other out and I couldn't see much difference. I don't have Photoshop. I have Jasc Paint Shop. Like I said earlier, I can get decent looking images on my computer, but when I send them to Photobucket they seem to lose quality.

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Maybe you should give Flickr a try. I have no idea what would cause your uploading problem. Actually, I don't have photoshop either. I have it's cheaper cousin - Photoshop Elements.

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