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Rota Church 4

by Timothy Wise

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Face-Off Statistics

Number of face-offs: 33

Won
45%
Lost
30%
Drawn
24%

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  • 06/10 2009
    06:51

    Timothy Wise

    Hey Sarah...you can't go wrong with the Sigma 10-20mm lens. It's probably one of the best and cheapest on the market today. I'll say that it's the BEST lens in my bag right now.
  • 06/10 2009
    06:50

    Timothy Wise

    Hi Barbi, thank you for the feedback.
  • 06/10 2009
    06:49

    Timothy Wise

    Hi Alan, Truth is after the image is tone mapped I use an unsharpen filter to pull the details out a bit. After that I use a series of gradient overlays and non-destructive adjustment layers.
  • 06/10 2009
    06:46

    Timothy Wise

    Hey Ricky, Thanks brother! Not sure about the entering of the Holy sanctuary...I felt as though I could have been struck down at any time, ha ha ha.
  • 06/10 2009
    06:45

    Sarah Haras

    Magnificent image, (makes me want to have an wide angle lens :) )
  • 06/10 2009
    03:35

    Barbi Buchanan

    very nicely done-love it-amazing shot 5*
  • 05/10 2009
    05:41

    alan clarke

    these images look more like painting than photos which filters are you useing they all look amazing 5
  • 05/10 2009
    04:58

    richard turgeon

    +5 Nice panoply of church snapshots Tim! This one is my favorite of the bunch as you're kind of really entering the holy sanctuary! :)
  • 05/10 2009
    04:09

    Timothy Wise

    I can only give thanks to Nikon for the quality but the true hero is the Sigma 10-20mm lens used for these images. Such an amazing wide angle!