Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Alex_B, Jan 20, 2007.
nice shot alex, has a scary mood to it
I love these old churches. I wish there were more in my area. By old, I mean 100+ years old, maybe even 200+ years.
well, this chapel is probably way older... this is Tintagel in southern England. nice castle nearby ... posted a thread on that too, recently...
this is likely to be around 500-600 years old.... at least. nicely captured :thumbup:
I love the lighting great wish had some proper sunlight today when I was shooting in a church
Nice shot, Alex......I might have considered cropping out the window on the right....just a thought.
I think I could fall in love with this photo...
Now that Paul has hinted at the extra little window on the right, also I begin to feel it might be a tad distracting, but cropping would mean you'd have to also crop the corner of that altar --- so I don't know. Cloning?
well, yes, I thought about cropping it, but then the altar would suffer as LaFoto pointed out.
The only way to go would be to remove the second window by cloning it out. That would certainly increase the composition, but then it would not be that chapel at Tintagel anymore, but something which does not exist. Guess doing so I would cross my personal limits and would not feel well with such a manipulation.
nice!... i love that light.
if i would change anything i'l black out the window at right,
it grabs too much of my attention. but its a sweet shot.
OK, I crossed the line and blackened it out for you ... it is not the same place anymore now. But as we all expected, it did the image some good ...
=) i know many photographers hate the thought of editing out things like that,
but then again, many photographers think more like "traditional" artist,
and like a painter, they do anything thats necessary to make it "right".
thanks for giving it a go.... i think its GREAT! =)
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