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Old and New

By gwynn56
couldn't but help notice these 2 buildings at the junction of Hunslet road and Hunslet lane , over in Leeds , I like the architecture of both as they not just square or oblong boxes , though built in 2 different eras they both got curves to them and seem to have layers , notice the windows of the older building how they are staggered , the fancy ornate brickwork , I liked how they have done the window recesses on the older one too , glad they saved this building and not demolished it ,as it would be a shame to loose such a nice old building ,if I can I'll upload another of the older building showing it in more detail on another day
oh dear seems I cropped the top of the new building off ,glad it wasn't the old one I had cropped Smile

Tags: General Architecture Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

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Comments


ColleenA Plus
4 317 3 Australia
16 Apr 2013 8:09AM
Well spotted Gwynn, the architecture sure is interesting on the older building. Pity you chopped off the top of the new building...Grin

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richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
16 Apr 2013 8:10AM
Nice image!! I like it a lot!!
canonfan 6 7 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 8:48AM
A great image. Well captured Gwynn
Jim
derrymaine 3 17 Greece
16 Apr 2013 9:05AM
brilliant perspective, great hdr shot!
chensuriashi Plus
10 231 17 England
16 Apr 2013 9:20AM
I like it but a shame that you nipped off that top corner. Chen.
Nikonuser1 Plus
3 27 10 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 9:46AM
A great architectural image.SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile


Cliff
16 Apr 2013 9:46AM
A great image, Gwynn - two classic buildings!

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lesliea 6 2 Australia
16 Apr 2013 11:17AM
Very nice image well captured.
Allen, Smile
NDODS Plus
5 4.9k 125 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 12:32PM
A wonderful contrast between the age and style of the architecture, very well observed and captured Gwynn

Regards NathanGrin
Irishkate Plus
5 33 97 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2013 12:50PM
For once a new building trying to blend in with the old.
The new one does have lovely curves but the old one somehow wins
for style.
KateGrinGrinGrin
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
16 Apr 2013 2:41PM
Well seen and shot, Gwynn. I like red brick buildings a lot. The new one also looks good to me even with the cut of the tip .
16 Apr 2013 2:43PM
Great use of a wide angle lens.
16 Apr 2013 3:57PM
Great capture !
George
TyChee Plus
11 275 1 United States
16 Apr 2013 4:36PM
Very sharp and detailed.
Ty
Kim Walton 12 145 30 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2013 9:54AM
Hi
Nice find but try and take the buildings individually .Its said that you should try and stick to odd numbers as the eye will not settle on even numbers.
Try to correct your verticals ,select all ,file ,edit ,transform,prospective .
Go to View,Show and tick grid

Drag corners till you have the main edge of building in line with a grid line
Enter
accept crop.
return to view,show and take off grid.

Thats that sorted.


If you look at the buildings you will see a halo around them.
This is due to over sharpening. Go back to original and see if its there.
Sharpen only when necessary and then as with all adjustments a little at a time.
You can get around it if you have to by zooming right in and cloning the halo line out with a single pixel brush(BUT you should try and get it sharp in first place)

Anyway i`ve gone on a bitGrin,hopefully this will help....It`s Photoshop instruction however very same in other applications.
All best
Kim

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