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Ghosts of Ribblehead

By Nick_w      
Here goes, my second attempt at uploading this. Sorry if you viewed earlier but their was a box that went right through the writing when viewed large.

A new view of Ribblehead, I know it is not everyones cup of tea, but I was trying to get a new perspective of this impressive structure.

The title was inspired by a comment on yesterdays post.

The image(s) were processed in Photomatrix/PTgui and Elements.

Please look at the large version if you have time.

Cheers

Nick

Tags: General Hdr Digitally manipulated Yorkshire dales Ribblehead Landscape and travel Ptgui Tone mapped Photomatrix

Voters: User_Removed, VintageRed, Briwooly and 6 more


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VintageRed 10 15 1 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2007 10:58AM
Better than yesterdays for me. Darkening the surrounding area gives it more impact. Novel approach.
Nick

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Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
13 Jul 2007 11:03AM
Thanks Nick, I like to experiment sometimes, I'm hoping it will help me understand both the software and equiptment better.

Cheers

Nick
13 Jul 2007 11:30AM
Well it is certainly different ... not having seen the previous I cant tell if it is better or not ... but very novel and experimenting is the only way to learn in my book. keep going! Click*
Karen
Edit ... having just been to take a look at the previous one ... have to say .... this is by far the better one for me. Hope that helps!
Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
13 Jul 2007 11:53AM
thanks Karen, it does help thankyou , i'm still experimenting/learning to use PTgui maybe I was a bit too quick to submit yesterdays image.

Nick
LesF 9 182 9
14 Jul 2007 11:13AM
Good experiment Nick.

Les F
Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
14 Jul 2007 11:24AM
Thanks Les

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