Inside Barcelona Cathedral

BARCELONA, Spain--Despite dim lighting at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia, you can still make out details in the brick ceiling and walls.

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MWC 2013 press room

In this indoor (and rather depressing) photo of the Fira Gran Via's press room at MWC 2013, you can see a notable amount of digital noise in the whites, and dark hues are hard to distinguish.

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At the mini-golf course

This photo was taken outside on a cloudy day. While the shrubbery and leaves are in focus and sharp, the overall tone of the picture is "colder" than it was in real life.

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Booth flowers at the expo floor

The flowers in this close-up photo are bright and vibrant, but aren't as sharp or in focus as they could be.

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Snapping a Ford car

Though the Ford car here looks red in this photo, the automobile was actually a more deep orange in real life.

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The crowd at Park Guell

Many intricate details are retained in this outdoor photo, including the tile work in the sculpture as well as the tree leaves behind it.

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Close up of a Gaudi bench

Taken with manual macro-focus turned on, this up-close photo of a bench in Park Güell. Again, we see a "coldness" with the auto white balance.

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Overlooking Barcelona

In this shady outdoor photo, you can still make out tall buildings in the distance, though the white tile work to the left bleed together.

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