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Holy Trinity Church Skipton HDR by kippa2001 Holy Trinity Church Skipton HDR by kippa2001
Here is an hdr photograph taken of Holy Trinity Church. Located in Skipton, Yorkshire, England, UK.
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LadyMarg Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
It's the 5th picture from Yorkshire I saw today and all these pictures made me want to go there:P I hope one day I'll see all these beautiful places:) That's amazing:)
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kippa2001 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013

Yorkshire has a fantastic amount of historic places.  If you ever go to Yorkshire then I recommend visiting York.  That place has York Minster which is huge and lovely.  Also in York it has like approx 8 other historic churches in York alone. 

 

One place that does get overlooked in Yorkshire is Selby.  It is a small place but the abbey there is fantastic.

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LadyMarg Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I really hope I'll go there some day:) I love such historical places, architecture, I love when the place has a "soul":)
Thank you!:)
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kippa2001 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
Your most welcome. :)
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LifeIsZealous Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This reminds me of the Werribee Mansion here in Vic., Australia. I guess it's clear where they got their architecture from. =)
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Bojan1558 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your stock used here fav.me/d6l4ux7
Thank you so much ! :love:
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kippa2001 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2013
Very nice work. :)
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theWitchofGrich Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
beautiful!
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kippa2001 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
Thanks m8e. :D
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richardldixon Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013
nice photo :) 
its a lovely little church i photographed it a couple of years ago ....
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kippa2001 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013

The was my first dabbling in hdr outside.  I took the source photographs about a year or so ago.  My photoshop hdr skills have got a lot better since I took the photographs.  So basically I decided to have another stab at making the hdr image from the source material.  It came out alright in the end.  I only took a -1 stop, 0 and +1 stop bracketed set.  Usually I prefer to using 2 stop differences.  Still in the 0 photograph the highlights in the cloud were blown out quite a bit and having a -1 stop I managed to pull in most of the detail.

 

 

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richardldixon Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
Hdr is something ive not yet tried .. I find that quite a lot of people who do it tend to over do it :(
this pic looks quite natural i have one  from practically the same spot richardldixon.deviantart.com/a…
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kippa2001 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
I think there are two issues regarding hdr.  The first is the technical reason why you would use hdr, like multiple exposures if highlights are blown out ect.  The other is for the "hdr look" which has more to do with having an aesthetic hdr feel rather than from a technical point of view.  I am not too keen on the over used "hdr look" and only use hdr when I need different exposures.  To be honest if you looked at all my hdr photographs you probably wouldn't be able to tell that they're hdr from looking at them, which is what I want to achieve. :)  
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richardldixon Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
If i get blown highlights i tend to expose so they are right (Sometimes i use RAW +jpeg)and then correct the rest of the Photo in Photoshop or if its really bad       put a sky in in Photoshop ..I have a collection of skys     for just such occasions  .. often i take a pic of the sky from behind the subject and use that
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kippa2001 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
If I were shooting landscapes and only taking one shot in sunny daylight, I would probably go for under exposing the photograph by a bit and pull the detail back off the raw image.  I find it harder to get more detail from an over exposed photograph when shooting outside rather than under exposed.
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richardldixon Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
the real beauty of Digital as opposed to film is that you can bracket exposures .. and it doesnt cost the earth :)
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May 12, 2012, 11:14:03 AM
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