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Something a bit different for me today, taken on Tuesday afternoon, when out with the dogs, just some graves in St Mary's graveyard.
V1 & V2 experimenting and V3 original
All C&CS welcome
Thanks for looking
You had me flipping between the three trying to pick a favourite Den !! In the end I decided that I prefer V3 Great photo by the way !!
Very impressive shots. IB
I like them all, Den. However, I have to vote for V3, it's more appealing to my taste. Very well done!
So often the photographer's Happy Hunting Ground - well, this photographer's, at any rate!
A well-seen opportunity and a fine composition. While I quite like the slightly desaturated versions I do prefer V3. I think a straight b&w would work well, too, bringing out the linear aspect and the contrast.
It's a superb composition, first off - quirky, oblique, full of the character of the place.
V3 is how I would want to present it - or a hard, cold b&w. I love the processing in V1 though, and I want that extra precision - V2 is a bit too soft.
Very interesting photos, Den.
Well composed and great lighting.
Churchyard are sad places, really, but often very appealing for the photographer.
V3 is the one for me today!
v2 for me, Den, the centre focus effect works well, keeping attention focussed on the main gravestone.
I prefer V3 as it has more detail on the stones
For me the original image seems much warming and thus more appealing Den.
Nice light, and I like the combination of the different shapes. It's a bit of a shame that the stone in the foreground is so dark, and a touch of flash at the time of shooting could have revealed its detail. Think I might crop the right side. V3 is the one for me.
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