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Shot in Doganbey, Beysehir, Konya, Turkey.
Thank you all for the kind appreciation of my previous upload!
What an excellent capture...love the mono version ...the textures are great
mpnp fopr me too...well captured
Both very good Nezih but the mono conversion is exceptional.
Two extremely beautifully crumbling, decaying, and eye-catching architectural studies. The mono working particularly brilliantly.
mono for me too nezih a cracker nice one
Mono for me as well a super capture.
V1 fixes the building as tomorrow's history, if that makes sense. Beautiful processing and toning.
A superb architectural study, much enhanced by the b&w toning. I hesitate to use the word 'timeless' but it does seem appropriate here.
I like V2 best, excellent detail in them both.
A lovely image and I prefer the colour version.
What a fantastic image. v1 is just stunning.
In need of some TLC I think, Nezih. The tones and textures in both versions are excellent and I can't decide which I like best, so I'll give half a click to each.
Excellent processing on both Nezih. Peter.
Wonderful textures, Nezih, and so full of character although it doesn't look strong enough to withstand any tremors. Are those two new, double-glazed windows?
Try not to let these magnificent homes to degrade! (We Romanians, we demolish them one by one in an enormous unconscious). Turkey has a great heritage of timber frame houses with brick or stone cladding. It is a pleasure to discover other interesting aspects of Turkey of yesterday and today through the magic eye of Nezih Onur! Great portofolio!
About variants: I do not make ever rankings, for me every picture is something else, (in Romanian we say "you can not compare apples with pears", they are different
So, as in mathematics, V1 = V2, ie both very good!
nice capture , looks as though it's got a few new window frames in
I like both of these images but feel that the mono has so much more impact - some terrific detail in this capture Nezih.
Despite Silviu's wise words, I do think that mono works very well.
the little cart could be there to take away dead bodies!
I do prefer to see my grot in colour Nezih,
so V2 for me !!
a tremendous image really great either way,well taken my friend.
Each tells its own story--- the v2 is much more disturbing-- must have been a magnificent building at one time!
My preference is for V2 although they both have great merit.
Quote: Wonderful textures, Nezih, and so full of character although it doesn't look strong enough to withstand any tremors. Are those two new, double-glazed windows?
Thank you, Dave. Apparently they are.
A fine piece of creativity Nezih.
A house with character in bucket loads! Love the processing too
The textures are splendid - what a fine old house Nezih!
Wonderful portrayal of this old building, Nezih.
Such a beautiful building, so full of characterů
V1 for me, not because mon images are reminiscent of the past, but because it's shape, tones and details that make this image work and they are cornerstones of mono photography. However, nice to see the colour version too
I think that I like both...well taken Nezih.
BTW, thank you for the MOD and comment on "Silent..."
Fantastic house Nezih and very well processed - HDR I am guessing? Anyway v1 for me it suits the mono best
Quote: Fantastic house Nezih and very well processed - HDR I am guessing? Anyway v1 for me it suits the mono best
Thank you, Jason. No HDR processing involved.
These are not just photographs, Nezih, they are creations..! The mono has enormous impact and I spent quite a long time looking and finding more and more detail. It was good to have the colour version to compare (also well worked).
Truly Wonderful Images..!
PS I still think you were brave, to stand so close to that house; it looks like it could come crashing down in an instant..!
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