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  danielswalsh 2009-05-04 16:46

I'm sorry Valentino, but I have to disagree with Peter. The post production work is really evident here as darkening the sky has left a very unnatural bright halo all around the church. The whole idea to post production is to improve a shot and not be able to see the faults.

Bad PP work to me is like a bandage. You've done it to cover up the fault but you can still see the bandage... Maybe an HDR would have been better in balancing the shot.

- Dan

Old 05-05-2009, 10:26 AM
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Default To danielswalsh: Thanx!

Hi Dan,

first of all, I want to thank you for your useful note.
But I have to disagree about some of your content.
it is an HDR of two pictures. No work on darkening the sky, it is the true fog as I have seen it in reality(I will post one of the true pictures so you can see). The alo is a result of the HDR that I have leave it because I like it. So for me the shot was improved, not for you.
I also disagree on the fact that for me the PP is not obligatory something you would do to improve a shot: for me it's also a work to try something different, with a little bit of fantasy, and not to cover a bad shot.
A bad shot will always be a bad shot.

thanx and ciao

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