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Dark Canterbury Cathedral Neo Noir Theme No 3

By TornadoTys
Another image from my day in Canterbury of inside the amazing Cathedral.

This shot like my previous uploads from this venue were hand held as I did not pack a tripod and I am sure you have to buy a ticket to use one or at certain times.
In my effort to try and edit images which are different from the norm I have gone for Neo Noir Gothic feel on my edits for this location.
So again I am not sure if I like / are happy with the final edit so please let me know your opinions ?

The day at Canterbury was a very dark, cloudy and rainy so we headed of to the Cathedral and the edit just reflects my mood at the time

Hope you guys like the editing

Please feel free to leave any tips, advice, comments and critiques Smile

Tags: Kent Architecture Gothic Black and white Moody Canterbury cathedral Post editing neo noir

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27 Apr 2021 6:26PM
Wonderful interior shot

Joe Smile
Robert51 14 11 133 United Kingdom
27 Apr 2021 11:08PM
This really works well...
chappo1 15 6 21 Australia
28 Apr 2021 7:58AM
Stunning work on the shot and the mono conversion.
I am ambivalent on the colouration. If you are going down this route, I would not colour the side aisles nor the top windows.
My reaction- the eye is drawn to the red carpet before the alter and then the window beyond.
But then is pulled away by the other coloured windows and the red aisles.


Just my opinion but you asked...john
TornadoTys 7 208 1 United Kingdom
28 Apr 2021 8:36AM

Quote:Stunning work on the shot and the mono conversion.
I am ambivalent on the colouration. If you are going down this route, I would not colour the side aisles nor the top windows.
My reaction- the eye is drawn to the red carpet before the alter and then the window beyond.
But then is pulled away by the other coloured windows and the red aisles.


Just my opinion but you asked...john



many thanks for taking the time to view and comment and I do appreciate all comments.

You raise a valid point and looking at the image again I would probably just colour the main windows above the red carpet. The two left & right red carpet strips were my attempt of leading lines to guide the viewer to the steps and the alter.

cheers for taking the time.

T

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