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St Mary's Church-yard - Painswick

By cattyal  
I bumbled off out today again - well the sun was out, the sky was blue - it would have been daft to stay at home!

I've not done any IR pics in this churchyard before - well pics with my current IR camera so I jumped off the bus on the way home, spent an hour bumbling around Painswick and took a few pics.

Processing involved a bit of Topaz Adjust and levels tweak - I'll pop the original up as well.

Tags: General Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated

Voters: rayme330, Glostopcat, Sean_Dillon and 11 more


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Comments


kaybee 12 4.8k 25 Scotland
29 Sep 2012 10:04PM
There is quite a bit of work involved for the gardeners

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Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
29 Sep 2012 10:05PM
Knew it was Painswick before reading the description Ali....It's lent itself to IR really well too. Good work and good fun chatting earlier.....

Ade
cattyal Plus
11 7.7k 6 England
29 Sep 2012 10:18PM
It is a fairly distinctive churchyard - I wonder if there are more like it anywhere? Maybe I should investigate - but probably won't Smile

I thought I'd lost the sun when I arrived - but fortunately the clouds did move on and it reappeared - there's a bit of info about the Yews HERE
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
29 Sep 2012 10:35PM
Like the light and shadows here good IR image.
Irishkate Plus
5 38 98 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2012 11:20PM
Love it.
It looks an amazing place.
I'd love to try Infra Red but no dedicated camera or filter!
KateGrinGrinGrin
cattyal Plus
11 7.7k 6 England
30 Sep 2012 9:24AM
It is pretty neat - though the village itself is just your bog-standard Cotswold village (you kinda get used to them after a few years!).

I bought my little camera online - ready converted - for a bit over 100 - it's done very well. It's much easier with a converted jobbie than with a filter. You can do the pics handheld with converted but need longer exposures and tripods when using the R72 filter - which is why my filter is at the bottom of a box somewhere Smile
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
30 Sep 2012 11:38AM
A perfect subject for the IR work. Lovely symmetry.
cattyal Plus
11 7.7k 6 England
30 Sep 2012 10:29PM
Thanks Joline - now I wonder if I'll get any more opportunities to play with the camera this year? I hope so!
Wilco54 4 192 1 Luxembourg
4 Oct 2012 10:20AM
I normally dont really like iR photography even though I love mono photography but, for some resson, it workes really well around churches and graveyards! Is it because it adds an eerie and somewhat ghostly/spiritual flavour to the scene? This is excellent!
cattyal Plus
11 7.7k 6 England
4 Oct 2012 9:55PM
Thanks Chris - I don't have too many locations near me that work too well with IR although the local park is pretty good with lots of trees and a lake - but the rest of town has yet to inspire me.

I knew this churchyard would work though - precisely why I stopped off there on the way home that day Smile

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