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    Salisbury Cathdral

    Salisbury Cathedral, how can this be improved please?

    Salisbury Cathdral

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    Re: Salisbury Cathdral

    It's a bit dark for me and the image needs to be rotated counterclockwise so the pillars are vertical. I keep wanting to tilt my head to the right.

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    Re: Salisbury Cathdral

    I see what you mean, will correct it

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    Hi Louise,
    Just my observations:
    It needs to be straightened horizontally a bit; you can use the altar table with the candles on it as a guide. Personally, I would also crop it on both sides to just leave the two columns framing the window. Can't really comment on the exposure or sharpness as I am viewing it on my iPad.

    I like the lovely vaulted roof.

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    Re: Salisbury Cathdral

    Hi Louise. Indoor shots like these are difficult to get a good exposure reading on so you may want to bracket several F-stops in case the one you shoot with is too light or too dark. Also, if you can, use a tripod with a longer exposure allowing you to increase your depth of field. Increasing the ISO to around 800 can also help.

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