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By DaveRyder  
In this close view of a church (St Marys, Norton).
I've dropped the blues and cyans right down to go for a enhance the Gothic, perhaps Horror movies feel, to the final image.

The original is in the version, edited in DxO
Lead conversion in Nil Silver

Tags: Church Black and white Gothic Achitecture

Voters: CozPics, lifesnapper, smut01 and 30 more

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23 Jan 2022 6:54AM
I do like your very well chosen view point, Dave and the comparison shot which shows just how much drama mono can add.

John Smile
smut01 Plus
6 109 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2022 7:06AM
Great PoV Dave .. and it's the power of the mono for me ... all the way! Smile
23 Jan 2022 7:36AM
Nice, Dave

Both work well for me


Chinga Plus
11 61 3 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2022 9:19AM
I go for mono. Give the building a haunted look...
Very good, Isabel GrinGrin
23 Jan 2022 10:21AM
Lovely POV - like both Dave
James124 Plus
7 48 51 Portugal
23 Jan 2022 10:40AM
Definitely the B&W for me, a more powerful image emphasising the gothic. Beside it the clour is a nice picture of the church .
SlowSong Plus
13 10.3k 30 England
23 Jan 2022 10:41AM
It doesn't look like sanctuary. Rather the opposite. Smile
cooky Plus
18 6 6 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2022 11:25AM
Definitely the mono for the arty Gothic effect. Suits that excellent angle too.

Daisymaye Plus
13 23 23 Canada
23 Jan 2022 1:41PM
Mono! When the ghosts come out to play. And they sleep in colour.

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