Notre Dame Church in Montreal

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These were taken during a recent vacation in Montreal. Too bad I didn't have my tripod with me, so I had to use ISO 800.
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Roy
 
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Beautiful images.

Look a tad over saturated here. But don't believe my monitor.

You might try a bit of reverse USM starting with 30 amount and 60 radius, up or down to pull it out a bit. If you have PS. PSP might have something similar. I know it has clarify you could run a few times on it as well. But haven't got it loaded right now. I have an Image i need to use that on..

Worth a keeper for sure.

Thank you for sharing such Beauty.
 
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Certainly a lot of intricate work in that chapel. I was faced with the no tripod syndrome all over Italy but made do by using pillars and benches to brace my camera against. Thanks for sharing this beautiful image.
 
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Thank you much for the comments.
I'll give the reverse USM a try. That's a helpful tip, I've never tried that before.
I was using 17-55 lens, at 1/15 F.2.8, so there might also be some camera shake. It was extremely dark in there.

Roy
 
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Since you have PS try a tad of shadow highlights as well just to see what it might do.

Might not help the dark spots but doesnt hurt to try.

I also think a large shot of it is probable fantastic.

Net is terrible to really judge.
 
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