second photo of a Church I captured in Philly. Was not able to get Church in full frame due to other buildings in area restricting my movement. Using the lens I had, this was the best shot I could get that would allow most of the church to be in frame.
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Nice work. Two constructive criticisms. Spire tip appears clipped. Base of church/ doors clipped. Colours overall look very good to me.
I like the over all tone and process better than the first. Was there anyway to take a few more steps back? Another suggestion would be to take a more vertical shot or portrait. You might not get the entire church from left to right but you would be abl
able to get the entire steeple and bottom of the church. See my note on a suggestion. This has a lot of potential. Great work so far
Agree with Flipd1
great shot but should have a better angle, and red is saturated
Much better process and framing. Some of the lens and perspective distortion can be corrected in photoshop with the edit/transform/skew tool. Nice job.
A much better picture, you almost were able to fit the whole church in the frame too! Maybe you can have the buildings behind you torn down so you can take a few more steps back? I also think the colors are just right for me.
Thank you everyone for the input. I am still in learning stages of using Photoshop and Photomatix. HDR has always been a beautiful editing tool that I will continue to learn from and hope to have just as an amazing pictures that I see here :)
I like the detail and colours...I see great potential
It's better than yesterday regarding contrast.
nicely processed shot
Agree & understand comments,,but I like this!!
Very good shot! Great Processing...Shooting at higher ISOs is ok when shooting HDRs, but take two more exposures (-4 and +4) to minimize noise in the shadows...
I shoot HDRs at ISO 1600 all the time, and getting that +4 exposure, really almost totally eliminates any and all noise in the shadows...USE A TRIPOD WHENEVER POSSIBLE!