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Dover castle church

By pjplant
This was took at dover castle, unfortunately it was just starting to rain so i have had to sharpen and brighten it up in photoshop.

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

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banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3465 Canada
10 Feb 2013 10:01PM
Its a decent shot under poor circumstances, Its a little oversaturated, and can do with a light in exposure and/or shadow detail. Its might be a bit oversharpened, you need a light hand with brickwork sharpening.

The lens has tilted the castle, - you can leave it, or straighten it as in the mod.

Good work



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Sooty_1 6 1.5k 219 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2013 11:19PM
The oversaturation is the first thing to hit me when I open the image. You've done well to isolate it, and I might be inclined to clone out the bush at the bottom and straighten the perspective a little, as Willie's mod. I might add a slight graduation around the top, to bring down the brightness of the sky, but otherwise, a pretty good representation.

paulbroad 8 114 1034 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2013 8:15AM
There is a little wide angle distortion, but not enough to bother me. The image does show the weather was not good. You could brighten more in software to give a bit more punch, but hold the sky back either y selection or burn back in.

pjplant 7 22 United Kingdom
11 Feb 2013 9:33AM
hi willie, nick and paul, thanks again for your input, i am working on my photos a lot more now and trying to get them to look as good as possible, the mod has made it look more realistic as i can see compared to my pic i have brought out the colours too much,
thanks again


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