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    All Saints Church from the Compleat Angler

    Yes - Compleat is spelt properly. This image was taken this morning in harsh grey light, therefore it needed a bit of editing to brighten up. Have I gone too far? Your views will be gratefully received.

    The Compleat Angler is a world famous hotel sitting just below Marlow Bridge

    All Saints Church from the Compleat Angler


    Aperture: f/22 Exposure: 1/15 ISO: 100
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    Re: All Saints Church from the Compleat Angler

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisH View Post
    Yes - Compleat is spelt properly. This image was taken this morning in harsh grey light, therefore it needed a bit of editing to brighten up. Have I gone too far? Your views will be gratefully received.
    Hi Chris,

    No, I don't think so, but it does look a little too cool/blue, not much, just a bit.

    Was it shot through a window?
    I ask because there are a couple of blurry 'hair' like things in the lower right corner that are too focused to be on the lens, I think (although it was f/22) and they are't floating on the river. Actually, now I look there are more, in the sky, perhaps (sensor) dust bunnies?

    Nice composition, well done,

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    Re: All Saints Church from the Compleat Angler

    Dave - Thanks for your comments. During my recent trip to Devon my camera got very dirty and I have had problems getting it clean. I need to clean clean the sensor, which I am always nervous about doing. Consequently the sky particularly suffered from dust bunnies.

    The blue was as a result of adding a blue filter to try and get some life into the sky and get rid of the flat grey. I think I overdid it and have reduced it.

    This edit was done on my laptop and id by no means perfect and will be replace tomorrow when I get back to my PC.

    All Saints Church from the Compleat Angler

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