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fly my pretties
24th of February 2009 (Tue), 21:33
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fly my pretties
24th of February 2009 (Tue), 21:34
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lonelyjew
24th of February 2009 (Tue), 21:51
I really like the pictures themselves. I'm not so sure about the harsh post processing but I do love the content of the pictures. They really do justice to the spacious Gothic(?) style cathedral

fly my pretties
24th of February 2009 (Tue), 21:53
Thanks, I should have mentioned in the title that they were HDR shots.

fly my pretties
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 07:49
Anyone?

stathunter
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 07:55
I like them. The editing brings out the unique architecture. You did a good job with them.
Too bad churches like this do not exist in the US.

jgrussell
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 10:38
I love what you did with these. Very nicely done.

conkeroo
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 13:14
Brilliant shots, love the PP, really adds a certain ambience. Not overdone at all. Number 2 is quite simply amazing. Brilliant work.

bobb75
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 13:45
Stunning collection of shots exellent work

Shooter_Mutter
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 13:50
I love the first one

plucks
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 14:18
I like the 4th Shot the best. Loving the angles

10megapixel
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 16:21
Very impressive! nice work.

BenJohnson
25th of February 2009 (Wed), 16:55
First one is amazing!

fly my pretties
26th of February 2009 (Thu), 20:27
Thanks guys, really appreciate the compliments. Anything you didn't like about any of them? Anything you'd change, remove, add?

Also, on the last picture, does anyone like the soft focus going down the sides? It was added in PP and was originally very sharp, but I smoothed it out because I liked the effect. Anyone else think it's pretty good, or pretty crap?

Jubilee32
26th of February 2009 (Thu), 22:54
:pI think you re right on the verge of getting it right. A little more PP than I prefer and a few more blown highlights on a few than I care for. Myself, I am on the verge of being on the verge . . .

Jubilee32
26th of February 2009 (Thu), 22:54
:pI think you re right on the verge of getting it right. A little more PP than I prefer and a few more blown highlights on a few than I care for. Myself, I am on the verge of being on the verge . . .:p

SORRY FOR THE DUPLICATION:o

ddave
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 00:06
I think they are wonderful. You really managed to get alot into one picture :)

Metalstrm
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 10:20
Wonderful. I really love your shots. I find them superbly inspiring. I don't really know why, but I love ambiance and atmospheric shots, so this really gets at me. Again, keep it up.

What I'd like to know is what kind of lens did you use here?

Thanks for sharing.

Flo
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 13:13
Brilliant shots, love the PP, really adds a certain ambience. Not overdone at all. Number 2 is quite simply amazing. Brilliant work.
+1.stunning series.

fly my pretties
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 13:33
Wonderful. I really love your shots. I find them superbly inspiring. I don't really know why, but I love ambiance and atmospheric shots, so this really gets at me. Again, keep it up.

What I'd like to know is what kind of lens did you use here?

Thanks for sharing.

I used a Canon 10-22, it's a really great lens. Obviously it really helps in a place like that. It's very hard to take a bad shot of anything when you have high walls and a wide lens :)

Max Demian
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 14:06
I used a Canon 10-22, it's a really great lens. Obviously it really helps in a place like that. It's very hard to take a bad shot of anything when you have high walls and a wide lens :)

Is your camera's sensor APS-C sized? or is it full frame? I'm guessing full frame here because of such a wide angle of view...

Metalstrm
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 14:19
Is your camera's sensor APS-C sized? or is it full frame? I'm guessing full frame here because of such a wide angle of view...

As far as I know there is no full frame Canon that takes EF-S.

Max Demian
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 14:21
As far as I know there is no full frame Canon that takes EF-S.

Well, that is true. :oops: I didn't realize it was an EF-S lens.

fly my pretties
27th of February 2009 (Fri), 19:06
APS, Max. 50d to be exact.

joe mama
28th of February 2009 (Sat), 03:18
Yeah -- they're OK. Kind of. I was gonna link you some pics that were a lot better than those, but I got tired of searching. : )

Great pics and processing!

Laramie
28th of February 2009 (Sat), 13:32
I really like #1 and #2.

cgatto
28th of February 2009 (Sat), 16:15
LOVE number one and four

fly my pretties
28th of February 2009 (Sat), 18:09
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fly my pretties
28th of February 2009 (Sat), 18:14
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fly my pretties
28th of February 2009 (Sat), 19:31
How do I change the title to say there are new pics?