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    Re Chelmsford Cathedral Any Comments Please

    Any comments on the following please. Thanks

    Re Chelmsford Cathedral Any Comments Please
    Chelmsford Cathedral by woodsdvw, on Flickr
    Last edited by victor; 8th April 2012 at 08:54 PM. Reason: BCODE ADDED

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    Re: Re Chelmsford Cathedral Any Comments Please

    David

    You've put the URL from the Flickr page into the message as opposed to the link information from the image using the picture icon on the toolbar.

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    Re: Re Chelmsford Cathedral Any Comments Please

    Hi David,
    I posted some pictures of the Cathedral a week or so ago, never went inside, looks like I missed a trick. Never mind just means a re-visit.
    I like what you have captured here; but as Donald said most members like to see the image showing in the actual post. Hope you will do this so everybody can see your work.

    Cheers and thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Re Chelmsford Cathedral Any Comments Please

    Donald/John,

    Now done. Thanks for reminding me how to do it !! Apologies to all.

    Regards

    David

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    Re: Re Chelmsford Cathedral Any Comments Please

    Hi David,

    If I'd taken this, I would probably do two things in PP;
    1) Correct the perspective (and possibly the angle)
    2) Try it as a monochrome - or use some other method to deal with the vastly different colour temperatures illuminating the scene which I find distracting

    I suggest #2 because I suspect your eye probably didn't see it that bad at the time, as mine wouldn't; because the eye/brain corrects such things in real life, but when presented with a picture (which can only have one colour temp/white balance), it see's what is really there.

    Hope that helps,

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