One more HDR (inside the cathedral)

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  1. padrepaul77

    padrepaul77 TPF Noob!

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    Fun with the wide-angle on my Olympus. I thought this one was good, but I'd love feedback...still getting the hang of tone-mapping. I might submit it to a cathedral picture contest...only downer was I just missed a tiny speck of the upper right mosaic of the angel, but I don't think it's too horrible.

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  2. eric-holmes

    eric-holmes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Should have put these in the same thread.
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    It's crooked, and what should be your focus, isn't.
     
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    ~Also too warm?
     
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    Inst!nct TPF Noob!

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    +1, too warm

    the angle is decent and well chosen, but also not original, a shot to the side would do some well

    it doesnt really look HDR to me, actually looks standard in color
     
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    Nice capture. I like the symmetry, but I think you should crop it a bit from the left side, and try cooling down the temperature.
     

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