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Bolton Abbey

By flossie
Still digging through my pictures from Burnsall and Bolton Abbey, not many I was happy with really although in my defence it was the first outing of my new camera.
Loads of white skies, need to get some filters I think.
As always, comments are welcome

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: UserHasLeft, vfr400, moorland and 17 more


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UserHasLeft 18 654
5 Feb 2005 2:13PM
Hi Floss, you well? Like your picture...comp and tone very fitting and good to view. Nice one Smile
flossie 18 1.6k
5 Feb 2005 2:17PM
Hiya Mike, I'm okey dokey thanks.
...another portfolio I haven't looked at for a while, heading your way now :o)
vfr400 19 886
5 Feb 2005 2:18PM
Nice B&W work Anne, unfortunataly flat featureless skys seem to be a curse at the moment.

chris
5 Feb 2005 2:21PM
nice tonality, well done
siderath 18 322 England
5 Feb 2005 2:27PM
likewise Anne,most of mine are 'maybe shots'
and most of my decent ones were macros.lol this is nice although im never sure of a completely white sky, but it is a monotone, so i reckon it gets away with it. nice one
karenpics 16 2
5 Feb 2005 2:31PM
A nice shot click
Karen
lyne 17 15
5 Feb 2005 2:35PM
Looks great in B/W a stunnng capture lynex
ukuwi 17 476 1 England
5 Feb 2005 3:55PM
Nice comp Anne, nice in B/W, hope you like the modSmile
eskimo 17 9
6 Feb 2005 1:26AM
Nice shot Anne Really like the composition.
Phil
flossie 18 1.6k
6 Feb 2005 2:37AM
Thank you everyone

Tony, you're back, how are you? I absolutely love your version, tell me how you did it please. Is it easy? have so many skies I could do to replace, tried to follow the tutorial on here but got lost halfway through.
ukuwi 17 476 1 England
6 Feb 2005 3:21AM
Hi Anne, I think easy is an understatement, I cloned a sky fom one of my shots, I never used any other tools to do the sky not even the selection tool, the only consideration I took was to start with a cloud near the church, so I did not have to select the area of sky that is visible through the gable end, I guess I was just being lazy.

Hope you are well, look forward to seeing more of your work, take careSmile
keithh 17 25.8k 33 Wallis And Futuna
6 Feb 2005 4:47AM
I like this Anne - has a 1950's travel book feel to it.
If you need a sky, just paste one in and then change the blend mode on the layer to darken or overlay. One of those will work and with such a difference in contrast, you might even get away without doing anything else.
Mavis 19 143 2 England
6 Feb 2005 5:39AM
A lovely shot of Bolton Abbey Anne . I just love Tony's sky added . What a difference it makes . Never thought of cloning in a sky ? Must try it .Hope you are well . I'm trying to juggle my beds to fit all my visitors in over the coming months !Even coming from Australia in July !
andytvcams 18 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2005 5:45AM
Old world charm,and it works.

Andy...
funkeldink 17 1.6k 1 Australia
6 Feb 2005 11:44AM
awesome shot --- brilliantly modified by tony
flossie 18 1.6k
6 Feb 2005 2:25PM
Thanks everyone, I'm really chuffed with Tony's version, the sky and the water really make the difference, glad you like mine too though.
I'll have a go at that sky, have plenty of pictures that need a new one ;o(
johnjohn01 19 58 England
8 Feb 2005 11:01PM
We all have shots with skies like that Anne. One of the problems with living in the UK, yet just occasionally we do get some good ones. Build up a collection of sky pictures that you can add to your images like this.

Good composition and it really suits B&W.
flossie 18 1.6k
9 Feb 2005 8:24AM
Thank you John, nice to know it's not just me :o)
paul_indigo 17 259 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2005 10:09AM
This looks quite stark. Works well. In BW you can also darken the sky by using a graduated filter Wink

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