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Greenwich Naval College

By NDODS    
Having little or no experience of working with High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography, I thought that I would give it another go. On a rather poorly lit and somewhat overcast day I managed to capture several images of one of the two domed sections of Greenwich Naval College, which by all accounts were designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the architect who designed the magnificent St Paul's Cathedral. Back home I made some slight adjustments in Canon Utilities before sending them over to Adobe Photoshop CS5, where I merged them together. With a few more alterations here and there, I finally managed to come with something which I believe was worthy of contributing to my portfolio.

Tags: University Learning Architecture Historical Digitally manipulated Education College Sir christopher wren Naval

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6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2012 6:32PM
Thank you all for you most welcoming votes, but would it be rude for me to ask if you would be so kind and provide a comment good or bad. Without your help and support, I won't know if I am getting it right or wrong?

Regards Nathan

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chensuriashi Plus
10 240 17 England
26 Mar 2012 12:53AM
Yes it is nearly right just a bit over the top for my tastes with the tweaks and not quite square, needs to be turned CW a degree or two and would have been a good shot without the HDR treatment and the details would have shown through with B+W too as for my tastes the sky is just too bright in this shot. Chen.
2 Apr 2012 3:25PM
Hi Nathan. You invited me to look at your site which I have and you do have some brilliant images. I can see I have along way to go being a beginner but I am greatly encouraged. And yes you are getting it right. I love taking photographs of buildings and this is an excellent example of getting it right. I spent some time in Manchester recently and the buildings there are a wonderful mixture of old and new. I put them on Flickr but they are not a patch on yours, but that, as I said, encourages me.

I will look further into yours and enjoy them.



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