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12 Apr 2012 9:36PM
Great shot!! I love the shadows and warm colours Smile

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Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012 9:59PM
Great DOF and shadows are amazing.looks a beautiful building.
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3866 Canada
12 Apr 2012 10:12PM
This is good HDR, though a little noisy. Dont you wish the cars werent there!

Jonny5874 9 14 5 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012 10:25PM

Quote:This is good HDR, though a little noisy. Dont you wish the cars werent there!


Thanks, it was a single exposure taken at the time that I divided into 3 today, I should probably have applied a noise reduction to it? Not so sure how to tackle noise of this level though, I'll give it a go next time! Yes I wish the cars and bikes weren't there, maybe the closest bike is okay though.

Thanks again, and for the other comments too.

helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012 10:43PM
Sorry but I have uploaded twice - I've no idea how to delete a mod SadSadSad
Just cropped to remove most of the cars - you loose the first archway, but there are plenty more WinkWinkWink
13 Apr 2012 2:31AM
Very nice image great tones and light well taken.
Allen, Smile
mhfore 11 6 176 England
13 Apr 2012 8:45AM

There is a couple of easy ways to tackle noise, although not perfectly. The first is (if your using element/ps/cs etc) go the filters and under "Noise" select "Median" set to 1 pixel. This will of course give it a slightly soft look and you will have to erase the effect from areas like the bikes, cars, metals bars, brick joints etc to blend things in (see mod a). You can also do the same with Gaussian blur. In mod b I opened the image as a raw file and adjusted the Luminance, you need the image to be set at least to 100% and by adujsting the slider you should be able to achieve an happy medium.

Take care

AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
13 Apr 2012 1:52PM
I love grain in an image - I must be one of the exceptions, and I know there are others who think similarly on this point. HDR seems to produce noise to get that depth.

A really good example of using perspective and vanishing point to draw the eye into the scene. Especially satisfying are those shadows.

gwynn56 6 87 England
15 Apr 2012 12:25AM
makes me want to get on a motorbike and open it up down the tunnel Smile nice capture though , well done
15 Apr 2012 1:09PM
Wondeful perspective view, Superb.
UrbaneMagick 6 172 1 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2012 3:23PM
Great capture, curves & arches & shadows of the arches..fantacstic.

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