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Festival of Flowers 2010 - IV

By James_C
Hi All,

Today is more from the Chichester Cathedral Festival of Flowers. - a detail from one of the displays in the South Transept, the main display in the South Transept - theme "The Subaltern's Love Song" by Sir John Betjeman, and a detail from "The Butterflies' Ball" by William Roscoe, which was by the steps leading to the South Transept.

V4 is V1 reworked following your excellant comments.

All c+c greatfully recieved.

I hope you enjoy,

Best regards,


Tags: Flowers Photo journalism Chichester 2010 Of Festival Show Architecture Cathedral Flowers and plants

Voters: W1ldside, tudu, Ania Pankiewicz and 20 more

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W1ldside 8 29 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 7:11AM
Naturally Lit I imagine J?
Nicely done except for central white bloom a tad burnt out....
Regards Rick

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James_C 9 36 56 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 7:16AM
Thanks Rick - actually the arrangement was in a particularly dark position with one spotlight shining across it from about 3/4 foot away. Did my best to recover the one rose but couldn't quite win.

W1ldside 8 29 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 7:29AM
Morning James ~ In a situation like this where part of an image is difficult to work with?
I always take the affected area and gently clone from a better part of the image, in this case an alternative bloom...
Use about 20/30% on clone tool to gently blend in the new layer!
Regards Rick
PS Saves spending hours in the Darkroom Wink
James_C 9 36 56 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 7:31AM
Thanks very much for the tip Rick - I'll give it a go....

Wonderful, I really like the first image it's great. But if I may say, I'd remove that line to the right as it proves a bit of a distraction for my liking. Otherwise I absolutely love the image it's beautiful.

James_C 9 36 56 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 7:54AM
You are absolutely right - thanks for pointing that out Ania.

EAS 9 1 13 Scotland
7 Jun 2010 8:46AM
What great words of wisdom you've had rea V1, which is indeed my favourite too. Really like the moody lighting, but have noted the comments above. Didn't notice the flower burn-out but certainly the line on the RH side did worry me a bit. Think it's a very fine floral image though.

James_C 9 36 56 United Kingdom
7 Jun 2010 9:05AM
Following on from the comments I have reworked V1 and uploaded it as V4.

Joline Plus
12 30 53 United States
9 Jun 2010 1:31PM
V3 strikes my fancy....what an interesting arrangement.
Cor 9 Belgium
11 Jun 2010 1:05PM
Superb serie *****
12 Aug 2010 8:53PM
All lovely. great to see. gIll

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