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King's hall

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Taken at the Turku Castle, Finland. It was founded in the late 13th century and is the largest surviving medieval building in Finland.
Image size
4244x2814px 14.22 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D700
Aperture
F/1.0
ISO Speed
1600
Date Taken
Jul 19, 2013, 11:57:53 AM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Windows)
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VAULTS. Beautiful. <3 
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44aboriginny2014Hobbyist General Artist
nice
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Your work is featured in my "PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION 2014- PART I"...maybe you like it..

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Thanks :)
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SwaptrickProfessional General Artist
Magnificent. Reminds me of Merlin!
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Thanks :D
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Thank you :)
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Beautiful!
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Thank you :)
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Amazing perspective and composition!
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Thanks :D
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You are welcome :)
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Very cool!  Makes me want to get out more and do more shooting!
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Thanks :D
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Very cool!  Did you do any editing?  Do you have any tips for someone just starting?
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JanneOHobbyist Photographer
Yeah, I HDR processed it to get more details and texture and then blended it with the original shot in Photoshop. But good tips? Well, when I first got started I looked for tutorials here on DA and on Google on how to create HDR images and other photoshop tricks on how to enhance and manipulate photos. There's literally thousands of free tutorials available. And if you're interested in HDR so a tripod is practically a must-have in order to be able to use the autobracketing on your camera to take multiple exposures of the same subject without the camera moving between the shots. It's harder to do that when shooting handheld especially in low light conditions such as indoors. 

Cheers,
Janne
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thanks
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Proud to be a Finn. Thank you for reminding me that we have some awesome history as well. <3
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Eipä mitiä, Ami :)
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Great shot, the ceiling is amazing :D
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