Hope you all enjoy.
What are you talking about, please?You're right on both counts, and then some. That shot has all kinds of problems really, the uneventful bottom left, the sky, the on-center feel, the appearance of softness when there is none, I only used the vignetting to save it a little bit. Can't win 'em all I suppose.
I think it makes a bit of difference whether it is a historic cemetery or one that is still active.I certainly didn't mean any disrespect, in fact, I don't see a cemetery at all, I just see shapes and colors.
Are you a member of the Nikonians.org? Largest camera specific forum on the internet with over 175K members. Very nice technical work.Camera: Nikon D80
Lens 1: Nikkor 80-200 ƒ2.8 (first 2 pix)
Lens 2: Tokina 11-16 ƒ2.8 (last 2 pix)
Aperture priority, ƒ2.8, 3-shot HDR bracket 2 EV apart. First 2 shots were probably at or near 200mm, the last two were probably at or near 11mm. All 4 processed through Photomatix Pro, then Photoshop CS3.
NOTE: ƒ-stop on the last two should have been ƒ8, I forgot to change it, which is why the car is soft.