Historic Landmark in an Ivy Tomb

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  1. MonteMama

    MonteMama Calmer than you, Dude.

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    Taken in a sketchy neighborhood on my way to work at 7am :confused: c&c welcome.

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    Really cool! That last picture is beautiful!
     
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    I like the composition of # 1. imo though it could use a little more tweaking to darken some of the grays.
     
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    Excellent series. Wonderful concept. Nature reclaims all...eventually.
     
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    MonteMama Calmer than you, Dude.

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    Thanks for the comments :) These are some of the first pics I've liked taken with my Tamron 17-55mm.

    If you feel like having a go at it, please do:wink:
     
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    heres a go at it keep in mind I prefer dark B&W so it was hard for me not to get carried away .
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    MonteMama Calmer than you, Dude.

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    I like your edit- mighty spooky. Would love to hear how you did it, too.
     
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    Not much used a gradient layer to darken the sky a bit ,added some contrast and tweaked the blacks and whites in selective color layer.Then I ran a high pass filter and fine tuned the brightness and contrast again..
    I did screw the lower section of the sky had a nice uniform coverage but wasn't paying attention in the brightness adjustment but it still gives a general idea what can be done and i still use PS 7.0.
    I have DxO optics pro v4 but that would be cheating ;)
     

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