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Church HDR's ( 1280x1024 )

Discussion in 'Photography & Video' started by Neil79, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. Neil79

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  2. Hodders

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    Like them a lot. Some are on the verge of being 'overcooked' for my tastes but nice examples.
     
  3. Spit

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    Love those. They look like fantasy art!!
     
  4. Neil79

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    Spot on! , that's what i aim for hence my signature on TP

    I have a following and yes some of my shots are not to peoples tastes but it's a technique i've stuck with and not about to change :D

    Thankyou Both!
     
  5. fluffmct

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    I'm not usually big into the over the top HDR but 2 and 5 are awesome
     
  6. Trick

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    They are superb! They look like shots from Hexen or Heretic (only a LOT sharper!).
     
  7. Rollo

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    Love the first one, the rest remind me of Half Life 2 lost cost stretch test!
     
  8. Throttle

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    great shots, may I ask what you used to do the pp. I fancy a go me self n have seen this style done with photo matrix.
     
  9. Neil79

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    Sure

    15 Exposures combined in photomatix
    Edited in Color efex , Adobe , Corel

    If i only used photomatix they'd look like arse :(
     
  10. Throttle

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    Cheers Neil, suprised you use that many shots n1
     
  11. Banish

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    really like the first one, like them all but that so much in the first
     
  12. ChazHurst

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    I'm not usually one for admiring churches but 1 and 5 are real nice. The whole lot remind me of some of the interiors of Oblivion!
     
  13. silversurfer

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    I love that last one especially, good job
     
  14. Kainz

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    They look incredible, nice work. The detail must be incredible at full res.
     
  15. WhiteMagicRaven

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    OMG this is so beautiful =0
    Awesome work
     
  16. Mr Jones

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    5 is just beautiful!
     
  17. Combat squirrel

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    Thats what i was thinking, there all good but something about that really fits the pic and is by far better than the others, great set :)
     
  18. Neil79

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    Didn't even see these replies , duh...

    THANKS ALOT !! :D :D
     
  19. Phate

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    I'm not an HDR fan but number 6 is awesome :)
     
  20. Rojin

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    How do you get permission to take these shots? They're a bit touchy in our local parish church, and that's just taking external shots!