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Stairs

By OverthehillPhil  
Stairs from lower level at Bolsover castle

Tags: Architecture

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12 Mar 2018 12:03PM
Excellent image!
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
12 Mar 2018 12:07PM
Beautifully composed and presented. Good angle! Isabel GrinGrin
paulbroad 14 131 1293 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2018 11:50AM
Again, an adequate record. You are suffering from a little flare from the windows and this shows as a slight milkiness and as a lighter patch in the roof. Not too bad, and nothing the burning in tool couldn't deal with, thus increasing the image strength.

You are getting decent sharpness at such low shutter speeds but I think I would be at 400 to give a bit of help.

Paul
Canonshots 11 206 13 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2018 11:59AM
I like this. The stairs lead the eye through the image in a pleasing way and the partial framing made by the arch is good, too. Paul is right about the flair, and you could probably have used a bit of exposure compensation to reduce that without losing any of that excellent shadow detail - about -2/3 of a stop could have been beneficial. On the othe hand the loss of any detail in the windows themselves is probably inevitable an hardly matters anyway
dudler Plus
18 1.7k 1878 England
18 Mar 2018 8:31PM
Compositionally, there's a bit too much wall o nthe left, and nothing supporting the arch on the right... Angling a little to the right would have given better balance, I reckon.
pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2238 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2018 10:31AM
As John says, the archway is cut off on the right side, giving a feeling of being incomplete, so including that side of the arch would have been more satisfying, and would also have improved the composition, showing less of the wall on the left, and framing the staircase and windows inside the arch. It may also have enabled you to get the whole of the bottom step of the stairs in the frame, inviting the viewer to start walking up them. This may have meant moving to the right, and also back a bit.

Pamela.
banehawi Plus
17 2.5k 4268 Canada
19 Mar 2018 9:04PM
Dehaze seems to work quite well - its in Lightroom, I must give it a try.

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