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    Ripon Cathedral

    My impatience may have ruined this shot for some as i was trying to get a people free view or at least someone in an appropriate place but it wasn't happening so i took it anyway.

    Ripon Cathedral

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    lovely, regardless of the intruders!

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    "My impatience may have ruined this shot for some as i was trying to get a people free view or at least someone in an appropriate place but it wasn't happening so i took it anyway."


    Dont worry God will eventually take care of them..

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    Re: Ripon Cathedral

    Very good shot, Peter. Good tonal range and nice colours. Churches are very difficult to shoot, so well done.

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    Re: Ripon Cathedral

    Hi Peter,

    This one I do like, and I can sympathise with the people in shot problem.

    One thing you might want to consider is giving any bright colourful clothing a "fashion makeover" with the de-sat brush in PP - it helps.

    Good composition and balanced exposure.

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    Re: Ripon Cathedral

    Well done, Peter.

    What metering did you use? Wiht the bright light from window, I would expect to see a very dark picture everywhere else. This is obviously not the case here, so wondering what did you do to keep the windows from being overexposed and at the same time keep everything else nice and bright. Any selective PP?

    The only thing bothering is that it could be a little bit more symmetrical if you had moved the camera a few inches to right, but I am guessing something did not let you do that?

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