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Durham cathedral

By xwang
I did make great effort on this one. I always remembered the picture in my mind, that was walking alone the river looking back at the cathedral. So I went to down the river to take a real photo.Grin I saw a lady was taking photos around this area, I thought :' I'd take a better one...'Grin, when I walked across her...No, I was kidding.. the reason was that she was standing on the left side of the picture, I had to cross to reach the end of the path standing against the wall so that I could get the water leading to the house and the cathedral....When I took the bracketing photos, they looked all wrong, I didn't know that this camera's bracketing setting is different form the old one.. I only found out at this moment when I uploaded the photo. So when I was there, I had to take 4 set of bracketing=12 photos! Oh..What a great effort!Grin The clarity might be suffered a bit by my forgetting to turn IS on.

Tags: Sky River Trees Architecture Cathedral Hdr Water fall Landscape and travel durham

Voters: richmowil, gwynn56, Derek_Fearn and 29 more

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Comments


richmowil Plus
8 321 2 England
15 Apr 2013 10:36AM
Nice Image!! I like it a lot!!

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gwynn56 5 87 England
15 Apr 2013 10:43AM
nice capture SmileSmile
derrymaine 4 17 Greece
15 Apr 2013 11:15AM
great composition, I'd like it in b&w
xwang 8 56 8
15 Apr 2013 11:25AM
OK, thank you Eleftheria. I've changed the setting and tried a MOD for you to have a look... I couldn't get it better.
Thank you all and MODs are welcome.
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.8k 149 England
15 Apr 2013 12:04PM
Classic composition beautifully captured, Jasmine. I prefer the colour version. It does look HDR but the light and tones are very good, especially the Cathedral against the grey sky.

Dave
Hermanus 5 4 South Africa
15 Apr 2013 12:07PM
Such a lovely photo of this very impressive building Jasmine !!
Joline Plus
11 27 53 United States
15 Apr 2013 12:23PM
A fine point of view on this great building. I prefer the color version, myself.
ColleenA Plus
5 336 5 Australia
15 Apr 2013 12:52PM
A stunning capture, great composition
15 Apr 2013 1:16PM
Superb composition and capture, Jasmine. I like the colour version!
Effrossini
nonur Plus
8 17 12 Turkey
15 Apr 2013 1:32PM
Nice POV, good compo and great view.
15 Apr 2013 1:33PM
I like the composition
LynneJoyce Plus
9 20 99 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2013 3:51PM
Great POV, a classic shot that is instantly recognisable as Durham. I think I would like a little less sky.
xwang 8 56 8
15 Apr 2013 4:29PM
Thank you all for your kind comments and support. I just noticed that there are some magenta and greenish colour on the sky... after I read Lynne's comment. I had this problem sometimes. It is from the -2 stop shot, because the +2 and 0 one hardly have and detail on the sky..but for some reason, HDR made the Magenta and greenish colour stronger. Anybody who knows the efficient way to get rid of it, please leave a note.
Thanks.
andylea 8 37 1 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2013 4:55PM
love the comp jasmine brilliant detail and exposure a belter nice one Wink
andy
15 Apr 2013 6:27PM
Great comp and pov, Jasmine.

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pamelajean Plus
11 991 1922 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2013 8:13PM
I can see why you wanted to get this point of view, the angle of the water is just right. I like the way the cathedral dominates the image.
banehawi Plus
13 1.6k 3677 Canada
15 Apr 2013 11:09PM
Very nicely done.



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cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 27 Northern Ireland
16 Apr 2013 8:26AM
super comp. I've had a play ..... added `punch' in Lightroom and then used the on screen tonal slider and selective colour luminance Smile
xwang 8 56 8
16 Apr 2013 10:12AM
Thank you Jeff for your MOD.
Thank you Wille for your MOD as well.
Have you seen the Magenta and greenish colour in the sky? In my opinion, they are 'nasty', and has to be removed. So for, I haven't found an efficient way to remove them yet. Reduce noise and blur don't work, and sometimes makes it worse. I'm going to "Target" on this problem and work on it,Grin.. your idea is appreciated. Thanks again.
Thank you alll.

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