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A slight return to my latest 365 carrying on from "If you........." Which can be found here:-

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8-9-2012

Day 72

I went into Bury St Edmunds today.

I returned to two churches. All done using a slightly new processing.

First church.







The second.








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Very nice ,,,,,,,,carrying on Tony
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These are very nice shots (and processing) Tony. The perspective from your 10-20mm Sigma is great for these types of interior shots. What different/new processing have you used on these shots ?
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Beautiful! They are a little darker than some of your other ones, but that processing is terrific!
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Very pretty, Tony... you do get such great detail in your shots.
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Very nice ,,,,,,,,carrying on Tony
Thank you Pete

Yep, carrying on as usual, I got a tad fed up with the title of the last thread, and it had become a bit cumbersome anyways


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These are very nice shots (and processing) Tony. The perspective from your 10-20mm Sigma is great for these types of interior shots. What different/new processing have you used on these shots ?

Thank you Wolf

Yes I love the 10-20mm, it does distort a lot but sometimes that adds to the outcome.

The main difference in my processing is that where I was using Neat Image to deal with the noise issues, I get a lot when photographing darkened churches in HDR, I'm now experimenting with Noiseware Professional.

As you can see I still haven't got it fine tuned, but I like the cleaner look I'm getting so far.


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Beautiful! They are a little darker than some of your other ones, but that processing is terrific!
Thank you George

That's great encouragement, I'm still working on it, but so far I like the results, and it's always fun to play around with a new program


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Very pretty, Tony... you do get such great detail in your shots.

Thank you Rust

They are pretty places aren't they. Folk often tend to be "awed by the magnificence" so to speak, and loose sight of the fact that they are as you put it, very pretty places
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aha, there you are. I almost 'missed' this.. thanks for the pointer over on the old thread.

I like the new processing. Question for you though, as you're re-visiting places, what are you doing differently shooting wise, are you approaching things with a different perspective, or are you simply shooting what 'looks right' again from the same locations?
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As you can see I still haven't got it fine tuned, but I like the cleaner look I'm getting so far.
I'm not sure if any additional fine tuning is needed Tony, your posted shots are consistently well above average not only in terms of composition but also the processing.
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aha, there you are. I almost 'missed' this.. thanks for the pointer over on the old thread.

I like the new processing. Question for you though, as you're re-visiting places, what are you doing differently shooting wise, are you approaching things with a different perspective, or are you simply shooting what 'looks right' again from the same locations?

Thanks Ned

Yes I'm looking for new angles too, little point otherwise

All of these were taken from completely new POVs

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I'm not sure if any additional fine tuning is needed Tony, your posted shots are consistently well above average not only in terms of composition but also the processing.
Thanks Wolf for those encouraging words, I do need to faff about a bit more as I go along though
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9-9-2012

Day 73

I went into Anglesey house today. It's always very dark, so I thought it would be a good experiment with Noiseware.







The picture at the back is by Constable, a very famous painter from this area.

The bridge in the background of the painting was torn down. The stone work was used for foundations for roads etc, and the wood was cleaned up and used to build all the shelves and panelling in this library.



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