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TYNESFIELD MANOR HOUSE

By bobbycat1
THIS PROPERTY IS OWNED BY THE NATIONAL TRUST
THE HOUSE IS NEAR THE OUTSKIRTS OF BRISTOL IN THE SOUTHWEST OF ENGLAND U.K
TAKEN IN JULY 2011

Tags: Landscape and travel

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Jocelia Plus
5 2 1 Australia
10 Dec 2011 1:43AM
What a lovely old place and surroundings, nicely captured……..
Jocelia………..

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paulbroad 9 114 1049 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2011 8:47AM
A pleasant well composed image. Possibly a little over saturated - many compacts do this though - they assume people like the very bright colours. I'm not a national trust fan - I've been told to stop taking pictures in two national trust properties whilst people with compacts were allowed to carry on. The DSLR probably said 'professional' and they don't seem to like that.

Paul
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3498 Canada
10 Dec 2011 3:22PM
Welcome to EPZ Karl. A pleasant first upload, though over saturated as Paul mentioned.



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Willie
pamelajean Plus
10 964 1824 United Kingdom
10 Dec 2011 6:20PM
A very attractive manor house, Karl, with good exposure and detail. I have done a modification where I used perspective correction to straighten the verticals on the building, and I also cropped it to place it less centrally in the frame, keeping the path and row of trees as your lead-in, which is a nice feature. I also desaturated it a bit, to give the grass and sky more natural colours.
Pamela.
Jestertheclown 7 7.3k 249 England
10 Dec 2011 9:07PM
Hi Karl and welcome to Epz.

As has been said, this is a bit over-saturated, the green in particular.
I've added a mod.with it reduced slightly and nothing else.
Overall, it's a pleasant enough shot and a good first upload.
I shall look forward to seeing some more.

Cheers,

Bren.

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