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By martin.w    
Last in a trilogy of graveyard shots...the first was uploaded in June and the second a couple of weeks ago. Quite a bit different from my normal stuff and I am not really expecting much attention....but it is good to try something new from time to time Wink

Tags: Graveyard Black and white Close-up and macro Sheffield Overgrown

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10 Nov 2012 12:20PM
Well spotted. Think it would look very effective in colour!


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Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
10 Nov 2012 1:07PM
The tones in this are lovely. I'm not at all sure it would have the same dignity in color.
dathersmith Plus
9 550 12 England
10 Nov 2012 2:23PM
You're right Martin it is good to try something new from time to time, I sometimes do but keep the images to myself rather than sharing them, maybe I should upload a few to gauge opinion. This image works really well for me and I do think it is perfectly suited to mono, great work.

rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
10 Nov 2012 4:33PM
Nature fighting back !!! Martin......and a mono.
BillyGoatGruff 9 191 199 England
10 Nov 2012 8:11PM
I think some deepening of the darkest tones using the black point slider in levels, and a strongish vignette would pull the viewer into the very short Do F you've used and emphasize the sense of mystery and concentrate the eye on the leaves.
It's very nice idea and well shot.

A few thoughts, anyway....for your consideration.

martin.w 14 424 22 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2012 8:22PM
Thanks for your UA Bernard....most unexpected Grin

Thanks Bill for the info. Agree about deepening the dark tones but clueless about how to apply a Vignette. As you may have noticed from previous comments I spend very little time editing and spend even less time exploring Photoshop Wink

Fascinating places these old graveyards - I've wandered round a few but never got anything worthwhile. I like this one though - it has a feeling of quietness that seens to suite the subject very well

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