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Gothic Punting

By MattB1987    
Well during my very busy week as GE I have managed to fit in a trip to Cambridge for some punting and photographs with the missus. I had wanted to take some photos here for a while, and with a day off work, why not? Well this is the first photo I have edited and was the first one that jumped out at me.

I tried editing it in colour but it didnt have the punch I thought this building deserved. With a mono conversion I was a lot happier with the result and here we are.
Thanks for looking at my photo, I hope you enjoy it and as always all comments and critiques are very welcome.


Tags: Nikon Architecture Cambridge Black and white D7000 Punting St johns college

Voters: NaturesHaven, Philip_H, Jasper87 and 11 more


Jasper87 Plus
9 2.2k 157 England
22 Feb 2012 8:06PM
Excellent pov giving a lovely composition. The mono conversion has brought out some good tones as well. Ideally the punters would be just a little bit further left to take them off dead centre, but a cracking image nevertheless.


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clintQB 8 51 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 9:02PM
Excellent photo....i like the composition and the mono transfer is excellent!! did you use a plug in for the mono or did you use your own method?
MattB1987 7 458 England
22 Feb 2012 9:45PM
Thanks everyone for the comments and support Smile sadly no plugins use, I just played with the tones and colour balances in the black and white converter in CS5.
Thanks again

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