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Taken at Beamish this afternoon. The person who used to look after the miners lamps now part of Beamish Museum .
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v1 undoubtedly Steven.
A super image. Both versions work for me. Andy
Wonderful, is this done by hdr? Love it
Number 2 is superb Steve.Well composed images.
Thank you Col, Mike, Andy, Kim & Tom for all your comments.
Kim straight shot 1/4 sec at f5 100asa tripod mounted.
I'll put the original up as taken .
Superb processing of a excellent image
Very nice, Bill. The HDR looks a treat.
I visited there last week - it has great photo opportunities.
Tanks Brian & Colin for your comments.
Colin its not HDR its a single raw file processed ib photoshop
Fabulous processing has given this exactly the right feel. Love it.
the processing in v1 is brill.lesley
A superb photo. The lighting and contrast out if this world.
Great photo. Superb result. Prefer v1, but v2 is good too.
Thank you Lucy, Lesley, Graham & Alan for all your comments
V1 for me, and excellent PP work.
V1 for me too, fab work.
Its version 1 for me, a stunning photo, great lighting and detail. Ann
Really like this one Bill, V1 for me too but it was a close call
Thank you Dave, Zoe, Ann & sarah for all your comments.
[quote]The processing in v1 is brill.lesley[/quote
Definately V1 for me, it's a cracking shot
Super portrait enhanced by sympathetic PS work
Cheers Derek & Roger for comments
Looking at the original, thats great processing. Did you tone map or use another method? Paul
Thanks for comments Paul. No I didn't use a tone mapping.
First used Polarization Filter ,then Vignette Filter, then give the image a low key look which darkens the image, then use the Polarization filter again thats approx how I did it.
Absolutely incredible. The first image is astounding!
Thanks Bill, haven't heard of the Polarization filter. I'll look it up.
Superb work from v3 to v1
Thank you Jay, Paul & Rob for comments
HC - Congrat's
V1 - out of this world.
Well deserved HC as well.
Classy shot, very atmospheric
What a fine image, well done on the HC.
Thank you Sarah, Hendrik, Steve & Jim for your comments.
V1 for me, excellent work.
Cracking images, nicely done.
Bill i passed the picture to the (model) he thought it a great picture and has taken it home. No doubt most of his family will have to look at it for years to come. But it is a super picture and very nicely photoshopped.
He phoned me & thanked me. Thanks you for the comments on my image
Like this lighting just perfect
Beautifully composed and executed, it tells a story which photos should. The lighting in v1 makes it my choice without question. Congratulations. Chris
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