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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D90
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F/8.0
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28 mm
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100
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Oct 21, 2010, 6:07:28 PM
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Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral PAN by Creative--Dragon Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral PAN by Creative--Dragon
HDRi Panoramic of Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral, England.

Panoramic = 4 HDRi's
Each HDRi = 9 images -/+4ev
36 Images total

UPDATED!!! I reworked the original HDR image because the sky was a bit funky. I did like the rest of the image, but it was suggested that I make the buildings brighter. Soooo, I masked in the clouds from one of the original panoramics, then changed the luminosity of the image in CS5.

Comments and Critiques welcome :)
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:iconkelyen:
At first, I'll say that this photo is quite good, but when I put my eyes on it, the first thing I see is the sky, which is very undetailed, and I think that it deserves more blur in it, because of the little movements between each RAW shot. The details on the Cathedral are good, but I think the luminosity isn't strong enough, and it appears too dark.
In my opinion about the darkness of the photography, because I think this photo deserves to be more beautiful with just a little more of light.
Anyway, this a very good HDR Photo, Congratulations.
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AbbottPhotoArt Oct 25, 2010   Photographer
Looks great to me, I didn't see the sky previously though.
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Creative--Dragon Oct 25, 2010  Professional Photographer
Yeah, the previous sky was hard to look at. At first I didn't think so, but after looking at it again (after people had commented on it) I came to the realization they were right... it was because the clouds were moving so rapidly while I was taking the photos for the HDR panoramic...
Anyhow, glad you like it :D
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Kelyen Oct 23, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
It's perfect now :D
When I keep my eyes on the church, I can see the sky moving in the photo :D
Very good work :)
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Creative--Dragon Oct 24, 2010  Professional Photographer
Awesome :) Thank you! :D
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:iconhalloween-cat:
The sky tires my eyes a little, but I like the building and the quality of the shot.
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Creative--Dragon Oct 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
I updated the image... what do you think :)... better?
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Creative--Dragon Oct 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
:woohoo: :D
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Creative--Dragon Oct 23, 2010  Professional Photographer
Thanks. I'm planning on re-working the sky :) check back soon.
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:iconmnmlicious:
In my opinion, this image is way oversaturated and the sky looks terrible. On the plus side, there are only few halos and the detail is quite nice.
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