fantastic photo, deep,rich colors and perspective rendered excellently... feel like i'm standing there"The poetry of photography will always be more important than the mechanics of the camera..." - J-H. Lartigue
Has "WOW" value Amanda, excellent shot, and I read your post earlier in the forum, you have no need to worry about the quality of your images, they are superb, I would say 99.9% of us on Pblog are amatuers and still learning, I know I definitely am, so please stick with us, you will be missed.
Sincere thanks, gazmaster. I've no intentions of leaving this site. I've learned everything I know so far from this site. Being the shallow person I am, I just want to whoop some artists on my level. LOL!
Seriously though, I appreciate your kind comments as well as everyone on Pblog who has taken the time and had the patience to help me. p.s. congrats on the member spotlight, it's well deserved.My Gallery
Nice shot. Lots of times these shots end up with the building leaning one way or another. You managed this well. Did you PS around the front turrets and cross?
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Thanks, luminous, I used the dodge tool around the cross. I plan to fix that since it looks too squared off to me. I was going for a halo look, but I missed the mark on that one, I have an idea maybe just a think line all the way around would be more surreal.
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