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    St. Andrews' Front Sanctuary

    Took this image today in St. Andrews' in Cobourg Ontario, I processed it as three smartlayers, once for the wood in the Nave and Sanctuary, once the wood in the ceiling, and the last time for the walls as the lights were casting a yellowish-orange light on the walls not to mention beening blowen out. So it was a little bit of work, but that is how we learn. As each layer is a smartlayer, I can go back into RAW and adjust each or only one layer so if you have any suggestions to improve the image or possible better composition please let me know.

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    Allan

    St. Andrews' Front Sanctuary

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    Re: St. Andrews' Front Sanctuary

    The one thing I noticed right off, is the lights and and the lit spots on the walls are blown. If they are blown before PP, I would try getting 3+ shots with the exposure increments to fit 1-2 stops between...... in camera and then blend those.

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    Re: St. Andrews' Front Sanctuary

    Despite that light bit - it is pretty impressive pp.

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