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5 Mar 2009 2:56PM
amazing in large version -ray

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5 Mar 2009 3:10PM
Brilliant image, very well taken.

John Smile
shandoor 8 1 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2009 3:41PM
Oh wow what an amazing image the depth of field is incredible wow beautiful such wonderful colours and superb composition
Alexa
LV426 8 7 4 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2009 3:57PM
Wow, stunning details in the large version! Really great work!
sanjan 9 Scotland
5 Mar 2009 4:02PM
Great composition , amazing detail. Janine
BlueRoom 11 73 20 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2009 4:33PM
This is an extremely effective image, however I think the amount of blur you have added is a touch too much to be convincing (a little less blur and a touch of desaturation in this area shold get the same effect) and the masking where it ends, particularly around the small wall, needs a bit more work.
I only mention this because I think you potentially have a very fine picture here.

Eric
colin 13 697 5 Scotland
5 Mar 2009 7:56PM

Quote:This is an extremely effective image, however I think the amount of blur you have added is a touch too much to be convincing (a little less blur and a touch of desaturation in this area shold get the same effect) and the masking where it ends, particularly around the small wall, needs a bit more work.
I only mention this because I think you potentially have a very fine picture here.


Have to agree. My initial thoughts were this looks fantastic, but the more you look at it the DOF looks unrealistic as you'd expect to see the steps trailing off at some point.
Still liking it though.
Colin
DavePrince 11 7 2 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2009 9:29PM
Hi Eric and Colin.
Thank you for taking the time to study this image and pass on a constructive critique. I was so pleased with the shot I didnt put my usual critical eye over it. Thanks again for pointing it out.

Dave
photofrenzy 10 424 2 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2010 4:35PM
I think the eye struggles a little bit to make sence of this HDR image pin sharp foreground and right into the centre then all of a sudden depth of field just stops dead , When it should be gradual. Think the background should be sharp too probably overdone on the blur tool perhaps cheers kev

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