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Jul 27, 2010 10:09 |  #46

Thanks again everbody! I really appreciate it your comments!

I know the scaffolding can be distracting... We were all pretty bummed when we showed up at the church and construction had continued longer. It was pretty prominent on the outside along the sunny side of the building. :(

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Aug 02, 2010 00:45 |  #47

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Aug 02, 2010 02:30 |  #48

nicely done!!! superb picture!


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Aug 02, 2010 07:15 |  #49

too bad for the construction work going on in the left of the picture...

looks great otherwise.


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Aug 03, 2010 00:52 as a reply to  @ post 10568036 |  #50

Excellent !! Well done its a great photo.


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Aug 14, 2010 13:07 |  #51

anvilimage wrote in post #10562511 (external link)
While recently shooting a wedding at St Domenic's Church in San Francisco, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to grab this hand-held HDR shot during the ceremony. I hadn't planned on shooting HDR for this event, but something caught my eye and I quickly set it up and snapped it. Read more about this image on my blog @ http://anvilimage.com …t-of-the-month-july-2010/ (external link) .

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Aug 14, 2010 13:14 |  #52

Thanks! 3 exposures shot hand-held...


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Aug 16, 2010 20:24 |  #53

Very nice!


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Aug 17, 2010 02:49 |  #54

i'm still amazed that you did them hand held. props!




  
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Aug 17, 2010 12:09 |  #55

Beautiful church, tastefully done


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Aug 18, 2010 06:29 |  #56

+1 on removing the scaffolding either by clone or crop; technically it's a great image, but the scaffolding is so distracting.


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