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Why are colors washed out?

Steve6344

Aventura, US
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Steve6344 Gold Member Nikonian since 31st Jul 2012
Sun 30-Dec-12 12:12 AM | edited Sun 30-Dec-12 12:13 AM by Steve6344

Taken today RAW with d7000 35 mm f1.8G
ISO:1200 1/90th sec f2.8

had circular polarizer on lens
focus point was in front of cart(actually underneath a bit)

I converted to jpeg with no correction.
The colors look washed out/hazy to me. Am I seeing this correctly?
This was shot in a building where trains are displayed (Gold Coast Railroad Museum in Miami). It was fairly dark,- that is why I shot with ISO 1200. I realize that I should have shot faster and could have focussed better but I don't think that is causing what I think is a problem. Is what I'm seeing noise?





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