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    Easter image - St Paul's Melbiourne

    Have a safe Easter weekend everyone.
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    Fantastic control of exposure in such a dark place. I personally would have gone for a more symmetrical perspective and taken a couple of steps to the right to get a more face on look (cause I love symmetry). Vibrant colour and great detail in the shadows.
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    Same here - symmetry, ie

    Now you've got me interested in this place as a landmark to see when I (finally/eventually/hopefully) get
    to "Melbiourne" after mid-year.

    Now I was wondering why you used f/13 on such a (relatively) wide angled lens, making you then use
    2.5 sec exposure time, and especially since you set it to ISO 50. Just wondering, as I don't think DOF
    would have been an issue even at about f/8 or even f/5.6 with that lens in that view.

    Last edited by ameerat42; 26-03-2016 at 1:31pm.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    Have a happy Easter!
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    And so you did. Too unobservant of me.
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    Happy Easter to you too..

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    Cheers Mary Anne!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NikonNellie View Post
    Fantastic control of exposure in such a dark place. I personally would have gone for a more symmetrical perspective and taken a couple of steps to the right to get a more face on look (cause I love symmetry). Vibrant colour and great detail in the shadows.
    Wow, wonder what you'd say if this photo was posted for CC Nellie.
    Easter's nearly over. Hope everyone is still safe and happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L View Post
    Wow, wonder what you'd say if this photo was posted for CC Nellie.
    Easter's nearly over. Hope everyone is still safe and happy.
    Mark - I would probably say the same thing.
    Oops! - didn't realize it was in the "Not for Critique" forum. Sorry!

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    Hi Nellie - I just got back from holidays and read your post - no worries at all
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