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Tea plantations in Sri Lanka

By pdunstan_Greymoon    
Taken from our hotel, the Heritage Tea Factory, overlooking its own tea plantations and vegetable gardens. Have great admiration for the people working in the fields there as the sun is so intense at that high altitude and that close to the equator.

Tags: General Specialist and abstract Flowers and plants Sri lanka Landscape and travel Wildlife and nature Tea plantation

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johnke 3 223 15
18 Mar 2013 10:27AM
A super View that you have captured very well too...John

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Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
18 Mar 2013 10:29AM
And all this just so that we can enjoy a nice cuppa in the comfort of our air conditioned homes Smile But I am not complaining !! A lovely photo !!
marcb103 4 4 2 United States
18 Mar 2013 1:38PM
I really like this pic. The content and the beauty, topography changes, and art of terraced growing is great. The pic though would have been better if you had used aperture setting and stopped it down 2 stops this would bring out the detail and color that is there and hidden behind the brightness. This is a fancy way of saying that the pick is washed out. send me the original and I can work with it, if you would like.

Marc
marcb103 4 4 2 United States
18 Mar 2013 1:46PM
Also I have been noticing that many of the pics submitted are washing out, which indicates to me that people are not using neutralizing filters, or differing gradients of polarizing filters in bright daylight shots. Another practice is as I stated earlier is to shoot in aperture mode and to reset the type of environment setting on the camera to compensate for the sun and light changes. Hope this helps you and others.

Marc
18 Mar 2013 6:27PM
The picture looks ok to me. Can you illustrate which areas are washed out Marc? I would like to learn how to spot the washed out areas of a fab shot.

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