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Bodiam Castle

By pablo69      
This is from last year, have tried a bit of HDR and then a lot burning and dodging in software.

All C&C's even those that dont like at least say why

Tags: Architecture Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: Angi_Wallace, PinkK, paulett and 16 more


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PinkK 7 80 1 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2009 8:01PM
Super image
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paulett 6 19 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2009 8:02PM
wow...fab pic
27 Aug 2009 8:07PM
Nice shot and well processed !

Chris
webjam 11 292 11 Netherlands
27 Aug 2009 8:19PM
I like it because you were able to give the castle the 'mood' of the old building with the HDR and dodging (and withouth going B&W or monotone). Never managed that myself Smile.
The composition is not working so well though IMHO. Too bad that you could not get the lefthand side of the building in the frame. But I guess that it was filled with visitors?
But the treatment you have used here gives the right mood and atmosphere - great results of an image taken during the day!

Jacqueline
pablo69 8 201 6 England
27 Aug 2009 8:24PM
Jacqueline, it wasnt people I am afriad to say it was down to lack of lens, 18-55 is the smallest I have so could not fit it all in, but I do take the point about the compostion.

Paul
maryg 7 66 18 Scotland
27 Aug 2009 9:21PM
Beautiful colour tones , lovely detail in the water
Mary
Megrez 7 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2009 7:55AM

Quote:it was down to lack of lens, 18-55 is the smallest I have so could not fit it all in


Perhaps you could consider taking a number of overlapping shots and stiching them together if you get another opportunity? That way you can pvercome the limitations of the equipment you have.

Nice shot though.

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