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Henry Von Huch Murano Iii-1 by Henry-von-Huch Henry Von Huch Murano Iii-1 by Henry-von-Huch
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Henry Von Huch Murano Iii-1 is an outstanding photograph of city life captured by Henry-von-Huch, who has made this look almost like a digital painting! The slight HDR effect makes this stunning European scene full of impact. ( Featured by 3wyl )
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BillyNikoll Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Love it..Clap
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AnneRik Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2014
Beautifull, i like it very much.

Anne
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AgusESuryanto Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014
very very nice... i like it
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JamesMacmillan Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Love the desaturation in the colours, the balance makes this shot just fit =] Beautifully done.
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GabrielsThoughts Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2014
I think this could be the picture my sister used as an influence when she drew venice for a urban planning or architecture class project. 
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proudBrit Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014
I think you captured just the right visual balance between photography and painting and I am sure this was a lot of work. A great contribution, no matter what others may say ;) and one which really did deserve a DA. I am personally not really into post-processing but this creation proves me wrong and it was the work you did on the photo that really turned this into "art". This should make a great print.
-Paul-
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ISeeTheLattice Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
So this is what qualifies for a DD in photography these days...

Add a subtle HDR in bracketed exposure layering, wash out more than half of the pre-existent color histogram with warm on auto, warm bias in RGB curves, and then finally in shadows and highlights.

If your intent with this image was to emulate film, film never looks like this, not even close with the onset of the vinegar effect after 50 years post exposure in storage.

If your intent with this image was to capture simply the completeness of the space, the obvious auras around the rooftops are like rain leaking through a thatched and weaved roof made of hay... it's simply not a roof to begin with, and this is not a complete image.

Why do I try in this world anymore... put all the effort, time, study, more study, field practice day after day... and yet the masses pass us by for the industrial product instead of genuine articles.

All of you commentors are hopeless syncophants to mindless change without forethought... to give of myself further is like putting pearls before swine.

Youll never get it. Ever.

Censor me dA, how's that for honest critique.
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GentlemanChogath Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014
I think the photo has a really nice atmosphere.
Besides, all you photos are boring to look at.
Stop being jealous. :)
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