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Old 7th May 2008
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On the bank holiday monday i popped to Wells with the missus, we walked around the gardens at Bishops Palace, it was realy hazey so i struggled to get good shpts, and have found the limits of my kits lenses.

Heres a quick pick untill i finish adjusting the rest



and a quick hdr version.





Cheers Dave.
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Re: Wells

The HDR image is interesting and much more 'alive'.

If you can I would try to adjust perspective, as the cathedral looks as if it is about to fall into a big heap in the middle.

PS: Did you use a ND Grad for the HDR image? The top of the tower looks quite dark.

Last edited by Naughty Nigel; 7th May 2008 at 07:24 PM. Reason: Additional comment follwing a second look.
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Re: Wells

thats probably what the scaffold was there for IL give it ago


edit; i use a circ pol as i was getting blown skys and the main subject was to dark.
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Re: Wells

I tried the Perspective control on a photo of our local church, which I had taken at close range using the 14 mm end of my 14 ~ 54 lens.

It looked really horrible without the perspective, but when I had finished it looked 'normal'. I will try to post it for others to have a look.

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what program were you using ? i have light room,cs2,elements 6 and master 2 just incase lol.
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Re: Wells

I used CS3, but I'm sure you can use CS2 just as well.

Have a look at the pic I have just posted.

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