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Castle

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Ok so some of you may remember this building for a earlier deviation [link]
This one was taken on the same day just a differnt angle and i used the tone mapping function in photomatix to retouch it this time...

i hope this is more liked than the original
Image details
Image size
485x760px 568.68 KB
Model
NIKON D70
Shutter Speed
10/2000 second
Aperture
F/25.0
Focal Length
45 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
May 9, 2007, 2:35:22 PM
Published:
© 2007 - 2021 shuttermonkey
Comments63
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maidenbama's avatar
Lucycharlotte's avatar
A wonderful picture.
RedRamo's avatar
:wow: Amazing!
It nearly looks like one of those 3D pictures ;)
I really like the way you used the HDR here - it enhances the colors just enough to make it look better but it's not too much (I don't like those extreme shadow/light borders some HDR pictures have. :aww:)
shuttermonkey's avatar
Thank you :aww: i try not to over do it ... glad you liek it
ArtlessHmmmm's avatar
oooo much nicer! I really like the trees against the sky and the angle of the building showing alot more! A vast improvement on both angle and colour!
shuttermonkey's avatar
:nod: thanks glad you agree
leocbrito's avatar
I never will can express the beauty of your photos with words!
jussta's avatar
Hi, this art was featured in the new article Fridaylicious#30_Castle: [link] , hope you don't mind :)
shuttermonkey's avatar
thank you i am very happy i was featured
Aheva's avatar
Oh, so very pretty! I love it. I like the angle of this picture - especially how the trees seem to frame the picture (in a way ;p) nicely done!
marleyjane's avatar
I really admire your work; you have such talent.
photolove92's avatar
Beautiful. I like this much better than the last one :)
shuttermonkey's avatar
Thank you :aww: i do too
addr010's avatar
that came out really nice! if you care to share any tips on using photomatix I'm all ears ;)

:+fav:
shuttermonkey's avatar
...the one major tip i can give you is experiment ... play with every setting to find out what it does and then do them in combination with each other ... thats how i have been doing it
addr010's avatar
yep, time invested pays off i guess. think I'll setup some shots and take more time with it ;)
dreejz's avatar
Beautiful shot, it feels so surreal !
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