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Verticals

By MossyOak  
A handheld shot at the Natural History Museum at a very wide angle. Very pleased with the work from CS6 on this in getting the verticals vertical. Another different type of subject. Will have to get out and try some seascapes soon.
I love it at the London Museums as they are free and you don't have to pay for getting photos plus such a knowledgeable place.

Thanks for looking at yesterdays Stag snap.

Tags: London Smoke Architecture Digitally manipulated Natural history museum HDR Totally Free

Voters: paulmanneringphotos, Cookie_Monster, cabbie and 24 more


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wonderful work you done i like detail the photo is amazing Smile

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Mackem 7 7 England
4 Aug 2012 8:14PM
Never been to the Science Museum before and this one looks great, reminds me of the Natural Histury Museum! Colours are great and I like the school uniforms which add interest to the picture.

Nice one Richard
Metro6R4 6 3 1 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2012 8:15PM
Top quality photo, must go some time.............
MossyOak 4 22 15 England
4 Aug 2012 8:16PM
Just changed it as you wrote this Tony. Having a senior moment then realised my mistake Wink
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2012 8:28PM
superb work again Richard
johnjo58 6 2 5 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 7:09AM
Great building great photo
David
tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
5 Aug 2012 11:40AM
Just been viewing your latest uploads Richard.

A fine selection of different subjects.

Your talent knows no boundsTongue

Adrian
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
5 Aug 2012 3:39PM
Fine architectural shot Richard. Verticals in this type of image are always a B....... to correct but you seem to have done a great job here.
Ron
iancatch 9 4 45 England
5 Aug 2012 5:51PM
Nice HDR

Ian
I realise that photography is very personal when choices are concerned
and there are standards in correct technique but if this one
is not over saturated then I don't know what is!. Best Regards.
WesternRed.
MossyOak 4 22 15 England
27 Aug 2012 6:35PM

Quote:I realise that photography is very personal when choices are concerned
and there are standards in correct technique but if this one
is not over saturated then I don't know what is!. Best Regards.
WesternRed.


Its an HDR image. Come the day you show your own work with a camera I will take you seriously. The fact is I have the advantage over you as I have always been to where my pictures were taken at the same time to witness th elight and atmosphere. You should try it and then understand the authors composition rather than using other people hard work to turn them into colouring book, paint by number snaps.

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