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    Mrs Robinson

    Mrs Robinson

    Does this frame look ok?

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    Re: Mrs Robinson

    Here's another, all the rest are windows.

    Don't know if it is a good idea to try to squeeze dynamic range out of an image.

    Mrs Robinson

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    Re: Mrs Robinson

    Quote Originally Posted by arith View Post
    Mrs Robinson

    Does this frame look ok?
    Sorry, but it doesn't do it for me. I'd much prefer it with clean lines inside the frame. I like the outer bit though.

    Erk...not doing a very good job of explaining myself, eh.

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    Re: Mrs Robinson

    Quote Originally Posted by arith View Post
    Here's another, all the rest are windows.

    Don't know if it is a good idea to try to squeeze dynamic range out of an image.
    But isn't that what we try to do all the time? SOOC is generally a myth.

    And now some smartie will come along and go "No, no, look at this!" and show a perfect photo will huge dynamic range, SOOC.

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    Re: Mrs Robinson

    Cheers Kit, I go over the top sometimes and it turns out the second wasn't the last but I did an LDR of the upstairs chapel, I like it although it is blown and very dark, much more dramatic.

    http://public.fotki.com/Arith/lichfield/table.html

    Can't be bothered to compress it.

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    Re: Mrs Robinson

    Quote Originally Posted by arith View Post
    Mrs Robinson

    Does this frame look ok?
    That is such a beautiful capture, Steve. The angle, colours, lighting... all so nice. I think I would, though, either eliminate or greatly reduce the blur as where it begins is quite distinct on this monitor.

    Do you know the story of the subjects?

    Myra

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    Re: Mrs Robinson

    Actually I don't much. The bed is very interesting being even better than my own and although the children look grown up one has a babies face.

    The second treasure was a sculpture that was done at the request of Ellen Jane Robinson. She had the sculptor, Francis Chantry, create a monument to her dead daughters. The sculpture is known as 'The Sleeping Children'.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A16890429

    I was in here in the dark taking a photo of a shrine next to this when I saw a shadow in the side of my eye dart down the passageway and then back disapearing into the wall, could have been anything but I found I was on my own.

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