Bits & Pieces Cato Manor: a history of oppression, riots and now hope – 2 March 12, 2013 Andrew Harvard 11 Comments Read all about the oppression, riots and now hope right here. The old house shown below featured in post 1 and is a source of fascination every time I drive past. AdvertisementShare this:FacebookTwitterPrintEmailTumblrRedditPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
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My dad lived in Cator Manor, directly opposite the Second River Temple. If you look out you will see a single palm tree marking the spot where their house once stood. He has many fond memories of growing up in Stella Hill and the close community that once existed there. My gran used to tell us many stories about the riots and the chaos that ensued….pretty amazing if you know the history behind the sites…your pictures make me feel quite nostalgic.
I have wanted to go and take photos at the 2nd river temple – watch this space
I can’t wait….so many memories, so much faith 🙂
Lovely shots! They look like Impressionism in a sense. How did you filter them to get this painting like appearance?
Thank you! Photomatix. See http://www.hdrsoft.com/
Cool, thanks! I will check it out!!
Me again! I just checked it out and it is super cool. Quick question though. Is it hard to learn to use? I’m a relatively amateur photographer and just use lightroom and don’t shoot in the raw. Would it be hard to figure this out as an amateur? I love how it makes the cool contrasts!!!
I don’t really know a lot about Photoshop and am not that advanced to know myself the pros cons of RAW vs JPEG. I saw images and really liked them. I then read up on how to do it. Lot of trial and error and still far from top quality (if you could zoom in on the large image you would see what I mean). Give it a go. Photomatix is free to use / download – they just install a watermark on the demo version.
Cool, thanks for the help! 🙂 I love your photos!
HDR expert: http://hdrprocessing.com/step-by-step-hdr-processing-tutorial/
Thank you so much!!! I will check this out! 🙂