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Jul 23, 2010 03:08 |  #31

awesome picture....



  
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Jul 23, 2010 16:21 |  #32

A very well done HDR and wide angle shot of the scene. It works really well. Well done!


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Jul 24, 2010 10:10 |  #33

Wow I usually hate HDR but this is so subtle and awesome! Did you have to do any masking with the peeps or were they motionless enough?




  
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Jul 24, 2010 10:36 |  #34

I was hoping for an HDR shot that the stained glass would be more vibrant and true to life, but they are still quite blown out. Still quite nice nonetheless and just under the radar of being overdone, so good work.


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Jul 25, 2010 20:06 |  #35

I usually don't like HDR but this looks nice!


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Jul 25, 2010 20:14 |  #36

Wow. The piano area is the coolest for me. It almost looks like a painting coming to life. Very nice.


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Jul 26, 2010 08:38 |  #37

Well done. I generally dislike HDR and tend to hate it for weddings, but this was extremely well done.


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Jul 26, 2010 09:00 |  #38

Lloyd, perhaps but then it may end up looking like all the other cheap HDR shots. I like it the way it is; it has a more realistic feeling to it.

Same here Peacefield.


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Jul 26, 2010 10:42 |  #39

SuperHuman21 wrote in post #10604623 (external link)
Lloyd, perhaps but then it may end up looking like all the other cheap HDR shots. I like it the way it is; it has a more realistic feeling to it.

Same here Peacefield.

I guess I just have a thing for stained glass and consider it to be a much more interesting and important part of the church over the organ or the construction scaffolding that the HDR has livened up. I don't think it would look overdone if the rest of the church looked just how it already is. But we all have our opinions.


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Jul 26, 2010 12:38 |  #40

Beautiful!, the only thing I'd do different is to try and edit out the scaffolding in the upper left hand corner.


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Jul 26, 2010 12:55 |  #41

Peacefield wrote in post #10604530 (external link)
Well done. I generally dislike HDR and tend to hate it for weddings, but this was extremely well done.

My thought exactly.


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Jul 26, 2010 12:56 |  #42

SuperHuman21 wrote in post #10602079 (external link)
Wow. The piano area is the coolest for me. It almost looks like a painting coming to life. Very nice.

There's a piano? :)


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Jul 27, 2010 00:00 |  #43

Usually I'm not a fan of HDR, but this is awesome! I love it


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Jul 27, 2010 00:06 |  #44

nicely done!


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Jul 27, 2010 07:56 |  #45

Absolutely STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!


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