St Pauls Cathedral Wellington (Photo Friday)

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    Another shot of St Pauls in Wellington catching the light. I had it hanging around as ive really struggled processing it. Ive changed the HDR to black and white cause i just cant get the colours right. for some reason as it was saving to the desktop it crashed the whole computer - i thought it was gone, but on the restart it reappeared in an odd place(maybe my computer telling me not to upload) oh well here it is...

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    1. Pommedan (DG Images) 54 months ago | reply

      Thanks Aggon and Paisley - I do prefer the B&W over the colour version which was ok..ish but its gone now RIP. :o)

    2. maccie1 54 months ago | reply

      What a loss that would have been, an exceptional mono shot it has everything, great light, tones, detail... It's a fave.

    3. thebalkan 54 months ago | reply

      Whoa!!! The detail is incredible. Love the B/W treatment, too.

    4. INKED99 54 months ago | reply

      Instant Fav! Love the rays coming through. Perfect choice on the B&W!! Nice processing!!!

    5. Ready Aim Shoot 54 months ago | reply

      Seriously wow, Dan masterful work !!!

    6. farbspiel 53 months ago | reply

      Wonderful light and contrast, Dan! Great work!

    7. FiddleFlix 53 months ago | reply

      Very interesting shot with the sunbeams! Nice in b&w.

    8. Alberto04 52 months ago | reply

      WOW! Beautiful work!!

    9. vladimir meciar 51 months ago | reply

      thanks. Truly a great one. This is great example of photography created with and from light. Amazing.

    10. Pommedan (DG Images) 49 months ago | reply

      Thanks for all the votes in the 'Ethereal' photo friday competition! :-)
      'Catherdral' entry.

      ...yes, i know i spelled it wrong :-/

    11. Suktron 44 months ago | reply

      Love it. Well done.

    12. LaProspe 38 months ago | reply

      Excellent ! Very nice shot

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