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SCL Photography Podcast 116 - Autumn!

SCL PodcastThanks to Matthew Clarke for the idea for this weeks podcast!

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Check out this slideshow of photographs tagged "Autumn" on Flickr.


My Photo Of St Nicholas Church, Wickham:

St. Nicholas Church, Wickham

This is a HDR that I created from three bracketed shots taken on my Canon EOS 350d / Digital Rebel XT. One is under-exposed, to capture the detail in the sky, one normally exposed, and one over-exposed to capture the detail in the shadows.

All three images are processed through Photomatix, then converted to Black and White in Photoshop with Niks Silver Efex Pro.

Here's the link to our list of possible assignments on Flickr.

Thanks again to Matthew for the inspiration for this weeks 'cast.

What are your ideas for shooting in the Autumn (or Spring!) Please add your comments below!

Cheers, Rob.

Reader Comments (2)

Hi Rob ,
Enjoyed the `cast ,and your quite welcome for the idea , i will do a review of those flash triggers soon , so keep your eyes peeled !



October 4, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMatthew Clark

Hi Matt,

Glad you liked the podcast - I look forward to your flash trigger review, they're something I need in my camera bag!

Thanks again, Rob.

October 4, 2010 | Registered CommenterRob_Nunn

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