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Love in the City

  • Posted Aug. 19, 2008 by Sk Tan in Landscapes. Viewed 2667 times

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The couple just sat infront of me and i saw a opportunity for such a shot! HDR was applied so u will see some blurring. Should have use a bigger aperture for better DOF! Wasted but still a wonderful sky! Now i've adjusted the Horizon and Blurring of humans! So how u guys think of it?

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    • # Esther Kolis

      Its not easy to do HDR with moving objects but the ghost can always be cloned to get a neater image. But still, kudos to you! Great capture.

      2008.08.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marcin Pawlas

      i imagine how it would look like if you wuld set very long time of exposure, mayby with gray filter

      2008.08.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Leocheung

      Great dynamic range and a wonderful sky.
      A wider angle would be much better. Now, the people on both sides are cut partly which is bit not perfect.

      2008.08.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Rodolphe Eneida

      What a superb post. Your city is fascinating and this place gathers so many incredible pieces of architecture. I really love the light on the lion and the opera. My advice is that you should first straighten the horizon and you should also remove that blur especially as it is an HDR.

      2008.08.19 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Christine

      Definetely not junk... Love the colors, the composition and the sky is just amazing... The "ghosts" of the couple in the middle doesn´s ruin the pic at all. It is actually pretty cool, I think. The "ghost" of the guy in the right side bothers my eye a little. Would probably try to remove it with the clone-tool or crop it a little so he is taken out of the pic. Overall a beautiful photo...

      2008.08.19 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Mostafa

      great shot, like the rest...
      to my eyes in should be rotated to right a bit, I'm not sure about the horizon line.
      well done

      2008.08.19 Edited Reply Cancel