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Gloucester Cathedral

By chrissycj
Went to Gloucester Cathedral and took some shots. This is one of them. Done a tiny bit of work in cs3 and liked what I ended up with. Would love to hear what you guys think. Thanks for Looking.

Tags: Architecture Digitally manipulated Gloucester Cathedrals

Voters: rocky41, Gary_Williams, glyndwr and 9 more


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adrian2208 16 365 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2007 2:55PM
spot on, i love it great job
Adey

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glyndwr 13 66 10 Wales
9 Jul 2007 3:03PM
Nice exposure.
I think the composition works,in through the door on RHS with wall as lead in to stained glass window.
Very nice photograph,well done.
Paulbee 16 48 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2007 3:26PM
Exposures in cloisters such as this can be very tricky to get right, without burning the highlight details off.
This is spot on. You have a full range of tones and no loss of detail anywhere. Well done.
Richsr 13 91 223 England
9 Jul 2007 3:37PM
Nice Image well captured - the exposure looks right giveing a full range of tones.
R.
graceland 15 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2007 3:40PM
Well i got to vote on this one Its my Home town

Well done Nice one
SuperRoo 13 63 2 Australia
9 Jul 2007 4:16PM
Good composition and a great job of keeping all the detail throughout. Well done. Smile

Paul
Nick_w Plus
13 4.3k 99 England
9 Jul 2007 4:23PM
Great composition, I like the full tonal range (HDR) ?

Nick
chrissycj 15 1
9 Jul 2007 4:50PM
Thanks to everyone for your comments, they are much appreciated.
Chrissy
Alison_S 14 339 United Kingdom
9 Jul 2007 6:18PM
Great detail and composition. Really like the open door (makes me want to see what's on the other side!), lovely colour and detail in the stained glass window too.

Ali
jenquest 18 561 1 Tokelau
11 Jul 2007 3:51PM
Nice detail and framing. Would love to see a larger version.
20 Aug 2007 9:45PM
Now this I do like as you know . Pity it didnt do better in the exhibition , still we know why .Dad .

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