'm finally starting to edit some of my Germany photos. The first batch that I'm going through I shot with HDR in mind.
I took this inside a moderately small church in Heidelberg. I was fond of the peach hue as the afternoon light came in. I used a Sony NEX-7 for most of the trip. I'm a little upset at some of the ghosting I missed in the painting in the ceiling but live and learn.
Once I was done I used a new piece of software called Snapheal, more on that in another post. But it was great, it managed to remove two women who were meandering through my shot. It took roughly two clicks to do it. Again, more on that later.
hat do you think of the church?