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SandraKay Plus
9 233 4 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2007 6:58PM
I particuarly like the stonework on this, Dot.
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Superb,
Fred.
CB 9 Switzerland
7 Sep 2007 7:05PM
I like this shoot very much.
Great and perfect.
ade_mcfade 12 15.2k 216 England
7 Sep 2007 7:08PM
my old stomping ground!

did you go in the Hark To Bounty?

I'm from the ribble valley, so just ovedr the hills.

I'm guessing this is HDR?

I'd look to add a little more light smoothing on this - the borders have become a little pronounced and "cartoon" like. try light smoothing at +1 then +2, see if it helps
SRSmith 9 1 United States
7 Sep 2007 7:14PM
The 3-d effect appeals to me, and as you mentioned, the stone, the trim, all so picturesque. A beautiful image.
Boyd 13 11.2k 11 Wales
7 Sep 2007 7:17PM
Sorry but you need to pay more attention to your cutting out. You've got a bright cyan halo surrounding your building - unless this is where they make Ready Brek?
Smile
MandsH 9 England
7 Sep 2007 7:23PM
I really like this shot
mandy
mhaseman 9 608 1
7 Sep 2007 7:33PM
This is a lovely shot. Great detail and colours but I'd have to agree with the Ready Brek comment. Still really nice though! Cheers, M
7 Sep 2007 7:41PM
Chocolate box photo ! Wonderful !
Nicky
fentiger Plus
15 916 23 England
7 Sep 2007 8:01PM
The treatment gives an unreal feel nevertheless it is a powerful image. Well done!

Albert
fatmod 10 22 England
7 Sep 2007 8:05PM
great image
DolphinLady 10 54 1 Wales
7 Sep 2007 8:34PM
Looks like a painting....Beautiful image.
Hilary
bfgstew 10 668 105 England
7 Sep 2007 8:55PM
Nice vibrant shot Dot, well taken.
Stew
AlanBW 10 20 England
7 Sep 2007 8:57PM
Superb detail, composition and colours enhanced by a dramatic sky
dianah 10 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2007 9:12PM
You have managed to get a really dark outline around the buildings Dot that make them stand out. How did you do that? Excellent shot I really love it.
Di
Dotrob 11 Wales
7 Sep 2007 9:13PM
Thanks folks for your comments, I wondered how this would go.
Adrian, its not a HDR, just me playing around in photoshop, the fringing has occurred because I selected the building and did some work in levels and sponging to lighten it and colour up a little, I then inverted the selection and darkened the sky in levels. The fringe is the result of the selection not being too good. Thanks for the tips on how to remove it, I'll try it out. Saw the Hart to Bounty, but we were short on time as we were only there for the day walking the fells
Regards Dot.
bobalot Plus
10 10 England
7 Sep 2007 9:37PM
great work, just love the shot.

Rgds Bob
phototime 10 8 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2007 9:39PM
Superb shot,excellent composition and colours.Great work here.


Mo.
dianah 10 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
7 Sep 2007 9:59PM
Thanks for the explanation Dot..I think it is a bit technical for me but interesting all the same.It is still lovely whatever you have done.
Di
7 Sep 2007 10:25PM
stunning work.

Dee Smile
7 Sep 2007 11:00PM
Realy like the fine detail in this photo,and sharp too . Ray .
taggart Plus
12 47 13 United States
8 Sep 2007 2:19AM
Rich in colors and details!

Jennnn
chrissd 11 304 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2007 5:15AM
lovely piece of work Dot
chris
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
8 Sep 2007 10:43AM
I too looked at this lovely piece of work Dot and thought it might be HDR whatever that isSmile but it stands out differently . Like your composition , the detailed brickwork and the touches of red . The sky is just perfect for these buildings xx
8 Sep 2007 1:54PM
Interesting buildings and an unusual treatment.
Sounds complicated what you did, would be interesting to see the original.
Annette
bunbeam 11 2 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2007 2:53PM
well deserved rc.. love the colours
bunSmile
ChristineL 11 39 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2007 5:33PM
lovely buildings, I like the painterley effect,
Chris.
Dotrob 11 Wales
8 Sep 2007 8:06PM
Thanks everyone, your clicks and comments are very much appreciated.
Dot
looboss 9 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
8 Sep 2007 8:13PM
Great HDr shot, notice the tell tell sign of the dreaded halo around the buildings Smile
So its not HDR Sad well it looks like one LOL!
Pegon 11 78 1 England
8 Sep 2007 10:38PM
A lovely image Dot, great colours. I too thought it was HDR at first glance.
Pete.
Gecko 10 25 Australia
9 Sep 2007 8:41AM
Lovely buildings, well captured. Pam
Joline Plus
10 27 53 United States
9 Sep 2007 12:12PM
When I first saw this I thought it was a watercolor. The black edges do give it a very different look, which is actually quite appealing in a digital art sort of way. Very nice colors, too.
piccy 10 8 Wales
9 Sep 2007 4:33PM
Very nice treatment and lovely sharp outlines - nice work.
Freda
pamelajean Plus
10 969 1845 United Kingdom
9 Sep 2007 5:56PM
I have read all the above comments because I was curious about the effect you had achieved, and now I am a little wiser I suppose. I still like it a lot but, as someone else has said, would like to see the original.
10 Sep 2007 5:49PM
A lovely place, I wonder if this is a little village church? Looks very nice and tidy, and the result of your playing in ps just gives the image the feeling of a pencil drawing. Like it.
Johanna
Scott_Scot 12 4 4 Scotland
10 Sep 2007 8:57PM
Almost surreal Dot, ... I love it!!!

Scotty
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
14 Sep 2007 9:06AM
Stunning composition Dot.
Tom.
cantona43 Plus
11 924 4 England
19 Sep 2007 9:02PM
This is fantastic Dot so well presented too thankyou for your kind comments
Neil
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
19 Sep 2007 9:33PM
Terrific composition, colours and detail in the stonework in this pleasing village scene
nobby2sheds 10 50 England
19 Oct 2007 10:01PM
Superb, have click number 60 on me.

Paul
25 Oct 2007 3:43AM
What a superb shot! Looks like painting rather than a picture. Brilliant!
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