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Door detail, St Andrews Church, East Heslerton, Yorkshire.
i like the vertical lines of the wood and horizontal hinge. well seen.
Excellent composition, Brian, and a wonderful eye for the combination of different forms. I wonder what it would have looked like in an evening light.
Good lighting which brings out the metal and wood textures. Composition works for me as well! Click!
Love this, as said, great composition. Excellent.
PS. Looks good in B&W also.
Great textures and detail. Excellent composition. Click.
A well spotted comp with lovely textures - maybe a touch of Curves to add a little more impact? √ΜΛЯΚ
Thanks all for viewing and kind comments, appreciated as always.
Ian - without trailing through a number of old CD's to find out what time this was taken I can't be sure but I think it was fairly late afternoon, the shadows are spreading sideways rather than downwards, maybe I could try 'warming it up' a tad. One thing I did notice looking back on the hard disc, which also contains some shots of this church, is that a side door has some super ornate hinges which would be worth a closer shot that I took, pity I overlooked it when I took a general shot - an idea for when I visit the area next.
Paul - must admit I didn't think about changing it to B&W but you are right, it does work well that way too.
Mark - I think I did use a touch of curves, perhaps too gently which is not like me, tend to go over the top very easily.
Perfect composition, I think it only needs a tiny tweak but probably looks wonderful printed.
Great detail. Like the grain. John
Brain Thanks for your comments regarding Stanton Post Mill I have made the changes you suggested and have to agree they have made impovements. However, I don't know if I have achieved the quality when moving the poppy.
Thanks Lydia, John & Paul, viewing and comments appreciated as always.
Wonderful lighting, texture and composition Brian.
Thanks Richard, pleased you liked it. An interesting (and almost redundant church) built I beleive by a local landowner in the not so distant past at what seems no expense especially considering the population of the village ( hamlet ?)/
My kinda shot, excellent, click
I really love the shapes and textures in this, Brian. I'm surprised it hasn't had more attention.
nice shot, deserves more clicks
Superb detailed image the lovely warm lighting brings out the textures in the image.
Wonderful lighting and textures Brian and a super shadow.
Excellent study of sturdy age, I love the shadow of the ring. Well done Brian.
Thanks everyone for taking a look and for the comments, appreciated as always.
Nice matching tones, plenty of textures and shapes to keep the viewers interest too!
Thanks for taking a look, Jim, and for the comments, appreciated.
Brian, like the shot I am impressed as this works well in colour & B&W too....
Thanks, Roger, for viewing and comment, appreciated.
lovely detail, click (*:*)
Thanks for taking a look Magda and for your comment and click, appreciated as always.
This is fantastic...wonderful detail and presentation.
Thanks for taking a look Janine and for the kind comments, appreciated. Pleased you liked it.
Hi Brian, love this and sorry I missed it earlier.Hope that you don't mind but I tried this in sepia rather than B & W and I liked it. May be worth trying that treatment on it. Love the composition and also the way you frame all your images. Sylv.
Thanks for taking a look Sylvia, and for your commments, appreciated. By all means see if it can be improved, suggestions are always welcome and , yes, I image it would work well in sepia too although I hadn't considered it and haven't had chance to try it yet.
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