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St Marys Ruins

By capto  
Coverted in PS B&W tools + dodge & burn.

St Marys at Little Chart Kent was destoyed in 1944 by a doodlebug flying bomb. It is now kept as a monument.

Any critique/comments welcome.

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cats_123 Plus
12 4.4k 25 Northern Ireland
8 Nov 2012 7:11PM
like the diagonal sunlight and a great sky...the top right looks a little `blocky' (is that a word? Grin). What I mean is the top of the headstone seems to blend into the ivy on the wall. Smile

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8 Nov 2012 7:30PM
I guess the dark and somber look is to portray it being a monument. Well Done. Eric.
capto Plus
3 3.3k 8 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2012 10:48PM

Quote:Like the diagonal sunlight and a great sky...the top right looks a little `blocky' (is that a word? Grin). What I mean is the top of the headstone seems to blend into the ivy on the wall. Smile


Thanks for your comments, as viewed here the definition where you have pointed out is not as clear as the full scale version. I maybe should allow for the compression when processing for epz. I'll keep that in mind, cheers.
ivor
capto Plus
3 3.3k 8 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2012 10:52PM

Quote:I guess the dark and somber look is to portray it being a monument. Well Done. Eric.


Thanks for your comment Eric. I must confess to being rather partial to 'dark & sombre' with mono, even at the expense of shadow detail sometimes. I guess it's a marmite thing.

ivor
10 Nov 2012 7:40PM
Great contrast and I like the way the shaft of sunlight picks up the detail in the grass.

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