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A Backlit Church
A Backlit Church
Mr_Pants


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Challenge: ABC...LMN...XYZ (Advanced Editing VII)
Camera: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
Lens: Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L USM
Location: Kelvedon Church
Date: May 11, 2008
Date Uploaded: May 11, 2008

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Statistics
Place: 56 out of 194
Avg (all users): 6.1074
Avg (commenters): 6.6667
Avg (participants): 5.8312
Avg (non-participants): 6.4028
Views since voting: 965
Views during voting: 227
Votes: 149
Comments: 17
Favorites: 1 (view)


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05/18/2008 09:22:22 PM
Gosh your lighting is unreal!!!! I would love to visit a church like this someday. Your image is nothing short of stunning! I can't get over the detail. If I were to be picky I'd wish for the power line to be gone!
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05/18/2008 07:05:44 PM
beautiful shot- wish the powerline wasn't in it (I think advanced editing allows cloning out of incidental powerlines doesn't it?) lovely shadows, beautiful lighting; nicey framed with the environment and the leadinglines of the road draw my eye right into the subject... :) nice shot! :)
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05/16/2008 12:18:49 PM
I dont like the filters used
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05/16/2008 06:57:26 AM
Nice image, like the shadows and rich colors - being Advanced Editing, cloning out the power/telephone line would have made this better, in my opinion.
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05/15/2008 01:08:29 PM
HDR at its best, congratulations. <Did I see this in 'Digital Photographer'? Got to go and check> 10
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05/13/2008 08:24:41 PM
I like this image. I think I would have cloned out the wire and perhaps the brightness of the sun.
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05/13/2008 03:14:11 PM
I like the image, it seems a bit over saturated to me.
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05/13/2008 09:04:53 AM
Dang, too bad you couldn't clone out that power line. Love the perspective and composition.
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05/12/2008 10:14:32 PM
Pretty church image. I like the lighting and angle. The church face seems a bit odd to me (could be the post-processing), but overall I like it. Too bad about that wire though.
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05/12/2008 05:26:51 PM
I love your editing effect on the church and grave stones. I don't particularly like it on the trees and grass. There is a blue tint around the branches, and the grass is a bit bright.
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05/12/2008 01:33:27 PM
too oversaturated.. maybe due to hdr..
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05/12/2008 01:10:13 PM
one of the better uses of HDR, for sure. although because of the PP, viewer don't get the "back-lit" feel from the shot.
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05/12/2008 11:38:15 AM
Man, that's some killer HDRI... I wish with all my heart you'd cloned out the wires, though, soe asy to do :-(
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05/12/2008 09:25:12 AM
An interesting effect on the details.
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05/12/2008 02:02:15 AM
this looks a little overprocessed to me. You can tell by the overdetailing of the church itself. Maybe try cutting back a little next time with the Lucis or Clarify.
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05/12/2008 12:38:57 AM
Ooooh...nice title!
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05/12/2008 12:05:14 AM
i like the green grass, the shadows stand out nicely. only problem for me is that powerline
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