Church in Philly

Picture by tmholmes


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  • January 24, 2013
  • Canon EOS Rebel Xti
  • EFS 18-55MM
  • Shooting Style Hand Held
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number 0,-2,+2
  • Editing Software Photoshop / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format JPEG
  • Notes
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19 Comments

24 Jan 02:28
tmholmes

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.

24 Jan 03:05
josephc

Nice work. Two constructive criticisms. Spire tip appears clipped. Base of church/ doors clipped. Colours overall look very good to me.

24 Jan 03:19
flipd1

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

24 Jan 03:20
flipd1

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

24 Jan 07:43
bjosted

Agree with Flipd1

24 Jan 12:07
eduardo_kiehl

great shot but should have a better angle, and red is saturated

24 Jan 13:31
Randall.Lohr

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.

24 Jan 13:37
_banneduser_

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.

24 Jan 13:40
tmholmes

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 :)

24 Jan 15:36
sanz3jo

9

24 Jan 17:06
mitch19

I like the detail and colours...I see great potential

24 Jan 18:19
cloudberry

All said

24 Jan 20:04
rcuello

It's better than yesterday regarding contrast.

24 Jan 20:20
myliwg01

nicely processed shot

24 Jan 23:14
anonymous

9

24 Jan 23:33
kelly67

Agree & understand comments,,but I like this!!

28 Jan 21:10
nsphotoart

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...

28 Jan 21:13
nsphotoart

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!

28 Jan 21:13
nsphotoart

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!

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