Solitude

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  1. KenCo

    KenCo TPF Noob!

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    Once again hoping this fits in here....been very busy of late and not really had too much time for things, so looking over a few shots I had taken after first getting my camera, this being one of them. I must get back to reshoot this when we have similiar conditions, as I have inadvertantly deleted the raw and tiff :grumpy:. I do have a B/W of this somewhere but can't find it at the mo.

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    Cool shot - looks like you're about to get wet!! Like the bird - nice touch!

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    Wow, that's a very dramatic sky. Love the desolate look of the place, with the lone bird circling. Nice shot.
     
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    Those clouds are absolutely AWESOME! Great contrast too. I would still love to see the B&W version (I'm a sucker for B&W ;))
     
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    Killer shot. I hope you framed this one.
     
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    yea great shot ken, this place looks very intimidating, i like the dodge effect around the window.... and the sky looks good.... great work :thumbup:
     
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    Great shot. Almost gives a 3D look.
     
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    marvelous shot! frame it..
     
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    draw hit the floor just love it think the grain is perfect
     
  10. KenCo

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    Thanks guys, I did do a bit of processing on this one, with some dodging and burning on the sky and the building. I processed the foreground and sky seperately also, something I never bother doing normally.
    By the way.....the bird is real and not added, although being honest I don't recall seeing it at the time but I think it helps make the shot in this colour version but, I think it gets a little lost in the B/W.
    I did get round to printing this a3 before the files vanished but must go back and shoot it again, a little more camera wise now so maybe I could do a better job.
    Here's the B/W.

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    Thanks again for your comments.
    Ken.
     

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