Green Church

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  1. Nytmair

    Nytmair TPF Noob!

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    I had to lay down on the ground for this one, but I think it was worth getting my coat a little dirty :)

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    You're right..it was worth it!
    Love that DOF too!
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    wicked wicked shot, i like this one ALOT. Sometimes the best shots are worth struggling for a bit eh?

    I love the green glow and the angle you shot if from and the statue in the foreground - it well composed and very creative!

    Cheers and thanks for sharing that nytmair!
     
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    very interesting perspective. The compostion and DOF are done very well, but the green glow just isn't my thing.
     
  5. Nytmair

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    thanks for the responses! :D i really like this one, glad you do too!
     
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    That is an amazing shot!!! Getting the jacket all messed up was well worth it for this pic. One day I will post some of my cemetery pics....if I am ever home long enough to scan them.
     
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    I looked at this photo this morning and the statue details were barely visible...too dark, I was disappointed because it looked like a nice composition. I have since adjusted the brightness of my monitor according to one of those gamma things, and now the picture looks great.

    (Of course now I find that I slightly over-exposed one of my own photos that I liked and didn't realize it since it's digital and I haven't printed it. Oh well, nothing PSP8 can't fix.)

    Anyway, forgive me since everyone else seems to know, did you make the church green or was there a green light shining on it? If the latter, seems like a strange thing for them to do. I wonder how it would look in b&w (on the work computer, so no image programs). I do kinda like the green though.
     
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    nice one :lol:
     
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    A1 shot! The perspective is very creative, and the colors are surreal. I'm with XcaliburGirl What is with the green cast on the church?
     
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    there was a couple big green lights shining on the church. i guess for the holirdays or something ... or at least i think so :scratch:


    thanks everyone :D
     
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    Cool shot. I think there is a "Green" thread on Themes also. You might want to post it there as well.
     

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