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A further image in the series from Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds, UK.
HDR converted in Photomatix from 3 separate exposures (+2, 0, -2).
Canon EOS 5DSigma 12-24mm EX lens
Kirkstall Abbey #01
Kirkstall Abbey #02
Kirkstall Abbey #03
Kirkstall Abbey #05
Kirkstall Abbey #06
old, ruin, building, stone, church, architecture, ancient, grunge, abbey, cloudy, stormy, hdr, gritty, desolution, imposing, yorkshire, leeds, kirkstall, demolished
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Another stunner. Are these all hand-held Jemma?
They are indeed hand-held Glenn – I have to regulate my breathing when doing so. I hold my breath when I press down the shutter as burst mode ;)
WOW!!!!!!!! I am in awe of your work and your talent!!! Also, thank you so much for featuring me in your group!
So, I’m very curious…what is HDR and Photomatix? And when you say that this is from 3 separate exposures, do you mean that you layered each photo on top of each other in a program similar to Photoshop or do you mean that you took one photo of this with 3 separate exposures all in one shot?
HDR is High Dynamic Range. For most of my HDR images I take 3 exposures – an underexposed one, correctly exposed one and overexposed one. Photomatix is the separate program I use to combine these photos together to create a full exposure range – i.e. it takes the shadows from the overexposed image and the highlights from the underexposed one, then the mid-tones from the correctly exposed image. Hope this makes sense..
Thank you for sharing your work with the Photomatix HDR Group. This wonderful example of a Photomatix-processed image has been accepted into the Group!
Thank you! :)
great series my dear. lovely and rich.
Love this, so atmospheric and beautifully captured. Love the light.
stunning with the lighting from different angles.