A masked HDR to show off the sky and grass in detail. A wonderful castle keep, originally built in 1068 in wood, burnt down in 1190 killing a large number of Jews who were seeking refuge, and then rebuilt again in the mid 1200s. Now owned by English Heritage.
This is a masked HDR, with three exposures edited in CS5. In addition I have removed the annoying street furniture that you only realy notice when you take the picture. This was done by taking a separate photo of the nearby grass, matching it to the style of the ‘HDR’ grass and masking it to cover the pavement. Minor additional cloning to remove a bin etc.
Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ38.
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