Back Versions (6)
Modifications (2)
Views 256 Unique 72
Vote 63
Award Shortlist   

Comments


Artois 13 405 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 12:18AM
v6 for me but all good!
Stella

Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.

MandsH 12 England
23 May 2008 12:20AM
A cracking series of shots
Mandy
User_Removed 11 172 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 12:20AM
Great images, V5 works best for me

Mark
NevP 13 853 13 Canada
23 May 2008 12:23AM
Nos 1 and 6 stand out for me.
photophantom 11 108 3 Philippines
23 May 2008 12:33AM
all for me........superior qualities
23 May 2008 12:34AM
Version 1 and 6, excellent images

Graeme
23 May 2008 12:46AM
1&6 are great! im not usually a fan of HDR, but it works perfectly on this shot!
stevemelvin 13 675 2 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 1:05AM
Ahhh....the Llandoger Trow! Memories, memories......

It's a historical location too: tradition has it that Daniel Defoe met Alexander Selkirk (the inspiration for Robinson Crusoe) there, and it was Robert Louis Stevensonís inspiration for the Admiral Benbow in Treasure Island.

Really like V1. I don't normally like heavy HDR processing, but it just seems to work so well with this shot. Very nicely done.

Steve
rscott 11 4 1 United States
23 May 2008 2:01AM
I looked at all of them, and to me, it was between the grayscale and the sepia. The grayscale seemed to pull out more of the detail and open up some of the darker areas. It really is a great series of shots.

Scott
banehawi Plus
15 2.1k 4012 Canada
23 May 2008 2:35AM
Nice set.

I find the clouds in the centre a little too bright, taking some of the attention away from the fine detail in the rest of the image


W
plugin 14 1 Canada
23 May 2008 3:27AM
Great images.. good work.
Jim
GalleryGirl 11 4 2 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 6:47AM
I am having fun flicking from No. 4 to No. 5 it makes it look like lightning striking... I must get out more!
Love this series.
Marilyn x
kcranmer 11 22 United States
23 May 2008 6:54AM
Awesome HDR work...excellent comp too!
VIKI 13 18 1 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 7:16AM
They are all good. I must try this sometime. The effect is super.
Viki
BERTRAM 11 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 7:45AM
this is just fantastic work
Photospot 11 9 Latvia
23 May 2008 10:06AM
Very dramatic scene.
lonely_oryx 11 61 55 England
23 May 2008 10:41AM
I particularly like #1
lostintime 11 13 5 Germany
23 May 2008 1:02PM
A wondeful experiment with toning, no. 1 and 6 are my favs.
Alex
Maiwand 12 3 73 England
23 May 2008 4:35PM
Powerful and dramatic. Great shot.
Ron
danbrann 14 640 17
23 May 2008 5:36PM
Well worked.
Pegon 14 78 1 England
23 May 2008 9:20PM
They all look great. Excellent work.
Pete.
bayleaf 11 8 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 9:35PM
Nice work this.

John
norton 15 6 United Kingdom
23 May 2008 10:29PM
All great images,nice work..............

Tony.
tigertimb 11 40 66 United Kingdom
24 May 2008 10:46AM
Great work and fascinating to see the variety of processing.
I love this low POV with the wide angle and that great pub on the left.
I liked them all, but my favourites are #1 for the stylistic version and #4 for the more subtle effect
Tim
stevenb Plus
16 268 7 England
24 May 2008 7:54PM
V1 I think you've made the best choice.

Bill
FeatherFriend 11 38 217 England
25 May 2008 11:40AM

Quote:V1 I think you've made the best choice.

Bill


So do I, a stunning shot.
Geoff.
redstag 13 100 15 United Kingdom
25 May 2008 8:38PM
That is fabulous processing I like v1 v6 and v7. Super series. Keep pushing the processing, it really works.
Jon
SostanD 11 Canada
27 May 2008 12:54AM
Nice Work
AlleyCatz 13 274 6 England
30 May 2008 1:59PM
Great work.
Version 6 is my preference.

~Alley~

Sign In

You must be a member to leave a comment.

ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.

Join For Free

Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.