What an amazing 4th of July weekend. Friday was filled with my first horseback riding lesson, three rounds of Laser Tag, and a double feature at the Drive-in. While I refrained from bringing my camera to Friday's events, I could not resist bringing it to Saturday's fun. My girlfriend won tickets to the Boston Red Sox game at her company's picnic raffle and we ended up in field box seats, 11 rows from the playing field. Anyone that knows the Red Sox knows that these are extremely difficult seats to get. The Red Sox have completely sold out every seat, for every game, the first day tickets go on sale. Having never photographed a baseball game or sporting event, I knew this would be a learning experience. Nevertheless I believe I made some...
Have you ever had a photo rejected due to poor lighting or contrast issues? The phrase usually reads, "Poor lighting setup, poor contrast or incorrect exposure." I have and I'm not really surprised either. Living on a budget, I am stuck working on cheap non calibrated monitors that are not very good for photo editing. So I don't always get the lighting, contrast, and exposure to a place where they are acceptable to DT. This week I had two photos rejected for that very reason. Since it was the only reason I wondered what if there was a quick fix? I know there are other programs that have buttons that say, "Auto, Auto-levels, etc..." but the computer I was on at the time I noticed my rejections only had a program called...
I have monitor issues too, so I know where you're coming from with lighting/contrast problems. I really like your image with the statue in the foreground and the building behind. Thanks for sharing :0)
Halient, 2007 is too new to have MPE. You might have Microsoft Office Picture Editor or maybe it didn't come with your package. I believe you can find MPE as a free download. I've never used Vista so I can't answer about that. Try to do a google search and check it out.
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