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Home Workshop HDR
How about this one Barbara ?
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Filename:_Home_Workshop_HDR.jpg
Album name:George / George's Album
Keywords:beamish museum workshop hdr
Camera:Nikon D7100
Lens:Nikon DX VR 18-55 3.5-5.6G
Editing Performed:Converted to HDR.
ISO:200
File Size:242 KB
Date added:Sep 02, 2013
Dimensions:600 x 900 pixels
Displayed:35 times
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Date Time:2013:09:02 12:24:19
DateTime Original:2013:08:30 10:50:27
DateTime digitized:2013:08:30 10:50:27
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Photojunkie  [Sep 02, 2013 at 11:36 AM]
wow - I know HDR doesn't have a good press but I love this George! It makes everything 'zing'
Silversnapper  [Sep 02, 2013 at 04:24 PM]
Sorry George but I have to say that I prefer the b&w version - but full marks for having a go!
alanuk  [Sep 03, 2013 at 11:45 AM]
I'm with Keith on this. The mono version has the edge but at least in this version, the different elements are more easily identified. It was using workshops like this that put the Great into Great Britain, I think. (Get ready for a round of Rule Britannia on Saturday night at the Proms)
George  [Sep 03, 2013 at 11:56 AM]
Thanks Alan, I'll be there.
Beermonsta  [Sep 03, 2013 at 08:14 PM]
The hdr treatment really does bring out some great detail and colours in this image, but the b&w has more impact George, thanks for posting both though, good to compare both as it was difficult to choose between them.
Mazda_Man  [Sep 05, 2013 at 10:42 AM]
Blimey moses! that is an old lathe!! It looks to me to be treadle operated so maybe better for turning wood. Well shown and well done.