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Roar, Actually, neither. This is another multiple-exposure image ... 9 exposures at +/- 1.0 EV. The motion comes from the final few exposures, the longest of which was 5 seconds. I'm really happy with the motion blur that I get from moving water and HDR photography, and of course the darkest exposures give me the tones I need for protecting the highlights.

Thank you very much, Lady ! Church interiors is one of my favorite personal projects. No, there is no selective editing in the roof. This is a multiple-exposure image from 16 exposures at +/- 1.0EV. There was very little light in the top of the ceiling and I chose not to expose it long enough to open up the shadows entirely. Thank you again!

Roar, Sorry that I missed your comment on this one. I'm glad that you like it! I'v enjoyed the few staircases that I've photographed when shooting church interiors. Here's another one that you might like. And I think you've already seen this one.

Thank you very much, Lady - I'm happy that you like it. The placement of the window does play a little trick on the eye. This was a bugger to compose!

Hello Roar and Erik. Thanks for the great comments on this one - this was my personal favorite from the day of shooting around the town. I'm happy that you like it.

Thank you very much, W. Schmidt !

I hear that, Erik! That's very similar to the tale I heard when I was a kid.

Thanks a bunch, Tone and Patty !

I must say, David, the green herons around here are as skittish as they get. One is very lucky to get a good shot. Perhaps ours need lessons from yours! ;o)


@Alxi. Oui Monsieur, it is indeed 'SHE' who must be obeyed

A well deserved like for this!



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