Thanks a lot !
I returned to LR ;-)
and here is the result
I'll try HDR on tripod when and more than when, if ...
I hope these were the pixes referred to :-?
Le 17 mars 14 à 13:32, Bob Whitmire a écrit :
> Interesting. From a journalistic point of view, quite sad. From an
> artistic point of view, I particularly like the window and vines.
> And if I may be so bold, I think some of the interiors, with work,
> can be quite good, especially the first one. If the window light is
> untamable, I would return to the house and work a little HDR magic.
> I think it would be worthwhile.
> --Bob Whitmire
> Certified Neanderthal
> On Mar 16, 2014, at 6:28 PM, philippe.amard <philippe.amard@xxxxxx>
>> There's this derelict house I pass every time I commute at the
>> I've always wanted to shoot it and decided to stop tonight as I
>> demolition works might be about to start .
>> The series begins at the garden door, and proceeds further.
>> Oh yes, sorry Ted for the "old paint" ;-)
>> Most maybe viewed large I presume.
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