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The Roman Catholic Cathedral Church of Saint Augustine

The Roman Catholic Cathedral Church of Saint Augustine, simply known as "Saint Augustine's" around here. I attended the school here for the first and half of the second grade. I haven't been back since.

 

Tech: Three image HDR taken with a tripod mounted Canon A590 IS running CHDK, exposed at 0, +/- 2 EV. Dyanmic Photo HDR was used to stack and tonemap the images as it has a masking tool that allowed me to mark the movement of the two flags. The software then assembled the flags properly from the three images.

 

PTLens was used to correct for lens and perspective distortion. Percep Tool and Topaz Adjust were used to enhance local contrast; the usual curves and leves were employed for global contrast, and, finally, the sky was masked, enhanced with curves, then duplicated and noise-reduced independently of the remainder of image.

 

But nothing was added or removed.

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Taken on November 29, 2009