My church

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by crownlaurel, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. crownlaurel

    crownlaurel TPF Noob!

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    Not sure if the flower pictures work this way.

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    I like number 3. Theres the softness of the flowers, and then the strength and solidity of the pillars. Number 2 would be nice, but the church is dark. What I suggest Is that you buy a polarized filter, and expose for the church.
     
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    Thanks. I'm afraid if I told dh I needed to buy something else right now he'd laugh and then maybe keel over :sexywink: . He tells me I take too many pictures, LOL. I'm making my wish list for when I hold a Spanish class or make extra money and it looks like the filter is on that list.


    I think I did something weird to #2 in editing ( think I did too much d-lighting and then oversaturated it) but I never took the time to go back and post a better shot. Most of these are just going in file 13 until one day I can look back and see how bad I was, :lmao: .

    Thanks for looking and thanks even more for the tips.
     
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    I think some gradient filters could work a charm. Especially in no.2.

    But I can't fault them. Nice work.
     

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