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Corpath Ship Wreck.

By Alex64
This photograph was taken on a visit to Scotland, the location of the wreck is located near to the harbour in the town of 'Corpath'. Using 'Lightroom' software I reduced the saturation sliders to change the composition from colour to black and white, I then re introduced specific colours to give the desired effect. Using layers I reduced the exposure to the sky and foreground. This is several photographs stitched together. The camera was mounted on a tripod, and the shutter was activated using a cable release.

Tags: Black and white Digital art Colour popping

Voters: chase, cabbie, Jasper87 and 53 more



rontear Plus
20 23 9 England
20 Nov 2022 6:27PM
Love the combo, of mono and colour. My award.
20 Nov 2022 6:33PM
Excellent photographic technique and post processing skill applied. Thank you for the narrative.
JuBarney Plus
11 36 6 United Kingdom
20 Nov 2022 6:38PM
A splendid wreck image
Spkr51 6 United States
20 Nov 2022 9:03PM
Excellent !!!!!
20 Nov 2022 9:04PM
Stunning image.
Fantastic image, great processing.
20 Nov 2022 10:32PM
Excellent capture.

pablophotographer 11 2.1k 440
20 Nov 2022 10:36PM
Very well framed and exposed. Bravo!
ST 11 38 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2022 8:06AM
Ah... the MV Dayspring at Corpach, I've got my feet wet on a couple of occasions photographing this wreck.
Your choice of processing works well.
RonDM Plus
8 417 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2022 9:03AM
A wonderful image, excellent processing for a fine result

TornadoTys 7 208 1 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2022 11:08PM
Wonderful image of dereliction !
SOUL7 9 1 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2023 2:21PM

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