Church

Picture by tmholmes


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  • January 23, 2013
  • Canon EOS Rebel Xti
  • Shooting Style Hand Held
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number
  • Editing Software Photoshop / Others / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format JPEG
  • Notes First attempt at HDR. Due to constraints of buildings surrounding church, was not able to get entire steeple in frame.
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24 Comments

23 Jan 03:21
tmholmes

Church in Philly, PA

23 Jan 03:34
elgordoramon

Espectacular!!

23 Jan 03:38
gusromphotos

Excellent Job For A First Timer.

23 Jan 03:38
tmholmes

Thank you elgordoramon, much appreciated.

23 Jan 04:16
tmholmes

Thank you gusromphotos!

23 Jan 09:29
bjosted

Great first post. A bit too bright, with some burnt out white area. Nice subject. Keep on posting.

23 Jan 11:22
eduardo_kiehl

the church is fine, the sky not

23 Jan 13:17
Randall.Lohr

I agree with Bjorn. experiment, ask questions and you'll find a lot of help here. nice first post.

23 Jan 13:40
_banneduser_

I do like the church, not sure if you could have moved back some more or how wide a lens you used, but yeah getting the whole church in would have been nice.

23 Jan 13:59
tmholmes

Thank you for the comments. I used my 18-55MM lens and still could not get entire church with steeple. I tried to tweak the cloud area...what suggestions do you have for that? Thank you again!

23 Jan 16:35
adrian_adrian_evans.com

nice, try photomatix on natural/natural+

23 Jan 16:48
flipd1

I agree with the others. Also composition is key. Maybe avoiding cutting top of spire

23 Jan 16:59
josephc

Agree with comments. Very nice first post.

23 Jan 17:01
sanz3jo

Great subject. Sky look a bit blurred in some areas, great potential.

23 Jan 17:52
mitch19

Great first post

23 Jan 19:52
rcuello

Welcome, photo with potential.nAs advice I can give, rather than using F22 and ISO 800, could have used F11 and IS0 200. This prevents several things: 1) and main the noise. 2) less bright. 3) The noise results in when trying to remove it to flatten the i

23 Jan 19:52
rcuello

... flatten the image and the textures are lost.

23 Jan 20:06
inkslinger

It is a great image for 1st post. For me it is slightly over saturated, which will lose you detail. All I can say really is to include as much detail as you can on camera, lens etc. then members will be able to judge better on comments they might/would li

23 Jan 20:07
inkslinger

like to suggest...Also if you see a member with the style you like,, don't be afraid to ask them for advice....Plus 'SHOOT RAW'....

23 Jan 20:14
tmholmes

Thank you for the feedback. I found another shot that I took of this church and in this one I was able to get most of the steeple. Will post it once I am allowed to and will look forward to feedback on that as well.

23 Jan 22:05
monaris

Agree with above.

23 Jan 22:43
anonymous

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23 Jan 23:24
ksaul1

Welcome to HDR Creme, alot of good suggestions above.

28 Jan 21:06
nsphotoart

That's a HELL of a first attempt! It almost looks 3D! Great job!

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