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Tea Break

By Nikon_Tog
Taken at a 1940's weekend at the Severn Valley Railway, uing natural light.

I cannot make my mind up if I like it or not.

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paulstefan 12 509 1 United Kingdom
2 Aug 2009 6:18PM
I like the shot although it does have a green colour cast on it. I've made a mod by converting to b+w and adjusting the verticals on the left of the shot. Hope you like.
Cheers, Paul

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Nikon_Tog 8 105 England
2 Aug 2009 7:13PM
Thanks for you comments Paul, I don't know how I missed that colour cast.

I have uploaded a corrected version.

Barry.
2 Aug 2009 7:57PM
I has to be V2 for me, I have an image of the kitchen set up Kidderminster station during the 40's weekend that I took with a man & women in there there was lots of photo opportunities
Glynnis
Nikon_Tog 8 105 England
2 Aug 2009 8:53PM
Thanks Glynnis, the event is one of the best at the SVR for photo opportunities.

Barry.
SlowSong Plus
8 6.6k 29 England
3 Aug 2009 11:49AM
I like all the old fashioned colour. V2 definitely an improvement to the skin tone. You've packed a lot in. I like it.
Chris
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1846 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2009 6:56PM
Be happy with it, there is so much nostalgia here, oh dear, giving away my age. Love the tea cosy, the wool holder and all the other paraphernalia. I also like the repeating blues and greens, and particularly the lady's pinny. My only little niggle is that the lady is very central in the frame, and I have considered a crop to the left but didn't want to lose the teapot, lol. I think, however, the crop would have more advantages than disadvantages, eliminating the partial cupboards on the left, one of which is crooked, but that could be adjusted with the perspective tool, I know. Lovely detail and colours, but V2 is definitely an improvement.
Pamela.
Nikon_Tog 8 105 England
4 Aug 2009 7:53AM
Thanks for all your comments, and I agree with your crop Pamela. As you say shame about the teapot, but it does make for a stronger picture.

Barry.
5 Aug 2009 11:08AM
A really great shot, well captured.
peter

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