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I took this photo a few days ago at a near by church yard, which is right next too the boat yard in Hesketh Bank southport. i then edited the photo using "simply HDR" software, i also watermarked the photo. please comment, any comments are welcome good or bad, it will be taken well. regards Allan

Camera:Sigma SD1 Merrill
Lens:sigma 18-200 f/3.5-6.3 DC OS mkII
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Date Taken:14 Jan 2013 - 2:13 PM
Focal Length:18mm
Shutter Speed:1/60sec
Exposure Mode:Program AE
Metering Mode:Multi-segment
Flash:No Flash
Title:The Church Yard
Username:allanpar allanpar
Uploaded:17 Jan 2013 - 5:31 PM
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Scottelly  335 forum posts United States
30 Dec 2013 - 6:59 AM

Allan, sorry it took me so long to come across this photo. I guess you might have noticed, but the way the trees look, with the white around them, doesn't work for me. I would manually "under-expose" that area. You can do this by copying that portion of the under-exposed image layer, if you're making/enhancing an HDR in Photoshop. You just copy the area where the trees are, by lassoing it, feathering the selected area, and clicking Copy from the Edit menu. Then you can make a new layer and paste that. You can move the layer to wherever you need it (on top or whatever). You may need to adjust the color, exposure, or contrast of the new layer a little or erase part of it, to make it work (so it looks natural).

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