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This picture was taken in Bury St Edmunds with the new Cathedral tower in the distance. I used Luminance HDR to process the tones as the sky was quite burnt out on the original picture. I am pleased with the results as the picture now has an interesting sky and detailed buildings.

Camera:Fujifilm Finepix S100fs
Lens:28-400mm
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:View from the church yard
Username:Andy42muk Andy42muk
Uploaded:30 Jun 2012 - 11:58 PM
Tags:Digially manipulated, Landscape / travel
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tonyguitar
1 Jul 2012 - 12:11 AM

There seems to be a haze and I often get it in some of my images. Check the recent image 'Santilliana Del Mar' and see what Carabosse does with it.
Amazing! Guess I'll have to learn that too. Your image here, [and some of mine]. would look great with more colour saturation

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Andy42muk
Andy42muk  5 England
3 Jul 2012 - 9:58 PM

Hi Tony, Thank you for your thoughts and pointing me towards the image Santilliana Del Mar. That certainly was a distinct improvement on what was a very 'bleached out' picture.
I purposefully toned down the colours on the buildings. The problem I had was that it was overcast but a very bright sky, so in the orignal teh sky was nearly white, so I had to completely underexpose to get the detailed sky and then use these two images to create the HDR image. The added filter gave it that surreal look.

Thanks once again.

Regards
AndySmile

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tonyguitar
3 Jul 2012 - 11:04 PM

Very interesting methods and purpose. These three buildings are full of potential for more good images. We are without classic subjects like this here on Vancouver Island. Lucky you. TG

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