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Old Jul 1, 2011, 8:35 PM   #1
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Ghastly design to convert old church into a cultural centre. 9 Shots and 9 shots panorama so I could get all the spire in.


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Old Jul 1, 2011, 9:20 PM   #2
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Yep, you are right. How could they ruin this beautiful old church?
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Old Jul 2, 2011, 2:06 AM   #3
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Is this any better with the inside lights turned on?
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Old Jul 2, 2011, 5:12 AM   #4
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Good shot Bynx, but it is still a horrible add-on to this beautiful old building
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Old Jul 3, 2011, 4:31 AM   #5
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Here is another view I just finished. A 7 shot HDR pano since I couldnt get either the width or height in one shot.

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WOW!
Bynx - This church-shot is one of the most amazing HDR's I have seen from your camera. Just amazingly clear, colorful and well exposed. Look at that sky and the light-play within those clouds - very fitting to this night-scene!

Well done, Bynx! Ispiring HDR.

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Thanks for your kind comments Walter. But I have to say the clouds were added in after I assembled the pic files to show the whole building. You see, the problem is its impossible to get any distance from the building to get it all in one one shot. But I think this is my best HDR to date. My new Nikon D7000 is a big help to in giving clarity and very little noise.
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...But I think this is my best HDR to date. My new Nikon D7000 is a big help to in giving clarity and very little noise.

I agree this is the best I have seen from you here on Steve's! Mind you I am not really following up here on a daily basis any more, or as much as I would like to, due to personal reasons...

Just great, really. This is a wall-hanger.

To make it even better, I would advise you to check the levelling of the picture. Its level at the churche's base, but to my eyes, the steeple is listing ever so little to the left.

Good one this, Bynx!


P.S.: I wish you hadn't told me about putting in the clouds after assembling - you just destroyed a myth by doing so!
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Yes, I'd have to say that this one is the best I've seen of your work, and that's saying something. It even manages to make that architectural travesty look attractive.

Impressive control of the HDR process.
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Thanks for your comments Barbarian. Always a pleasure.
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