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"Forgive me father for I have sinned"

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    I'm posting this one separate because it is my fav of today's escapades The title probably means didley because it's an Anglican church but it's what came to mind when I looked at the image





    If I can shoot this again and not blow out that window I'll be a very happy camper

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    Very nice!

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    I really like the exposure. Sure the window could be better but you've retained the overall dark feel to the church yet enough detail in the rafters to show us what it's like up there if you let your eyes adjust. Nice work.

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    The window would make a fantastic image perfect.

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    Time for HDR, wonderful shot by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg_Nuspel View Post
    Time for HDR, wonderful shot by the way.
    I thought it was HDR already... great photo MAW!
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    No HDR just RAW manipulation to bring out the shadows a bit. The church is really dark in the foreground and upper areas bending toward quite bright down by the big window. I've shot here a few times and each time had to return to correct mistakes I'd made on previous attempts. I figure one more pass and I'll get it perfect. I'm a bird and squirrel shooter mainly so this is new country for me but I feel I'm getting the hang of it.

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