Saint Michael Mount

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  1. windzup

    windzup No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    An unusual angle of St Michaels Mount in Cornwall

    [​IMG]HOUSE2 by Rob Tomlin, on Flickr


     
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    A tad too much tone mapping for my taste. No shadows where I'd expect to see them
     
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    Not sure about the "tone mapping", but this image looks very over sharpened. Is this one shot, or a composite? Regardless, it would interesting to know how this final image was produced.

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    It was one shot I don't have the original I think I must of deleted it but then I stuck it in a HDR program to give it a bit of punch I agree it is a little overdone but it was a little experiment to try and get the ruggedness of the place. Beautiful building and very grand another reason for the angle to show its true scale.
     
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    windzup, thanks for the explanation - I always find it interesting to see how different folks process their images. Experiments are good, I do it all the time. :biggrin-93:

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