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Bog Wood @ Rannoch Moor

By scorpion1946
Original (Raw) had very little colour, so desaturated and a few minor tweeks.

Tags: Black and white Landscape and travel

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CathR 9 151 564 United Kingdom
15 May 2009 4:34PM
A very interesting piece of wood Ian with lots of lovely textures. I am sure you were right to turn it into a b and w image.

I have uploaded a mod where I have had a bit of a go with the burn and dodge tools to try to increase the contrast in the shot.

Regards

Catherine

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Thanks Catherine, I did try a bit of Burn & Dodge, I think I was a bit hesitant though.

Ian
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1846 United Kingdom
15 May 2009 9:43PM
Hello, Ian. I have always had a love and fascination for old wood, its twists and turns and grain. I like this image a lot and, from one who isn't keen on mono, I have to admit to liking your conversion too. I might have cropped some from the left, perhaps about a quarter of the width, concentrating attention on the most interesting area of the wood. Catherine's modification has brought out the detail that I love to see. This wood has a lot of potential for closeups of that detail. Your image puts it into context and is more of a "scene", but getting lower and closer to your subject would, I feel sure, provide some amazing abstracts with strong lines and textures. I can see faces within its characteristics. Your light was good, and shows the details well.
Pamela.
jemraid 11 46 England
13 Feb 2014 11:23PM
If you would like to increase contrast and detail locally use the Clone tool upon itself in Overlay mode at about 20%, you also stand a good chance of not burning the highlights out.

Works a treat Smile

Jem

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