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By ade_mcfade      
A HDR Pano of one of the main bits of Undercliffe cemetery. Take bloody ages for it to stitch and do all its HDR stuff...

Looks good in colour, but spookier in mono, and that's how graveyards should be - spooky Wink

Tags: Tomb Bradford Architecture Cemetery Black and white Graves Undercliffe

Voters: Richsr, pmorgan, RogBrown and 21 more

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Richsr 15 91 223 England
29 Sep 2008 10:09PM
You done a great job here Ade - walked round this place for hours trying to find a shot - never thought of a pano.
Must to view large.
pmorgan 15 217 13 England
29 Sep 2008 10:12PM

Quote:Take bloody ages for it to stitch and do all its HDR stuff...

worth it though, looks fantastic!

RogBrown 15 3.1k 10 England
29 Sep 2008 10:16PM
Well worth the effort.
PatrickSmith 17 1.2k 2 United States
29 Sep 2008 10:58PM
I can not say enough about this image.
Just see it LARGE!

angej 17 479 United Kingdom
30 Sep 2008 9:12AM
very moody worth looking at largeSmile
BillyGoatGruff 15 191 199 England
30 Sep 2008 10:17AM
This is a bit special, Ade.
Where are all the votes??

ade_mcfade 18 15.2k 216 England
30 Sep 2008 12:47PM
Cheers everyone - looks like one of those shots that's going to get as many comments as clicks Bill, which is how I like it Wink

was a moody sky, I was in Bradford dropping some some shots ot be printed off, so decided Undercliffe was the place to be... and thought I'd try a lovely pano.
pennyspike 19 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
30 Sep 2008 3:23PM
Such a tremendous amount of work it takes a whole lot of lookin'Smile
Have you printed it? I guess it is something very special that really needs to be seen b..........i........g.
Steve-T Plus
15 56 66 England
2 Oct 2008 11:22PM
Great pano. Did you tonemap all the individual images and then stitch them together or did you stitch it and treat the pano as a pseudo-HDR?
10 Oct 2008 1:43AM
I fancy a visit to Undercliffe Cemetery in snow conditions. I'm not a fan of panoramas though

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