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Skatershrew 11 52 1 England
28 Oct 2005 5:21PM
Sorry can't help you Walter, I love this.
The whole effect works well in my opinion.
Great manipulation, hope you finally get to like it!

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tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2005 12:18AM
I cannot see anything wrong with it....Gives me the impression of the transition from rich to poor
firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
29 Oct 2005 12:56AM
i really like this, especially the use of selective colouring and the grainy effect in the foreground
29 Oct 2005 1:00AM
I think this is fabulous, I'd love to know how something like this is done
poso 12 1
29 Oct 2005 1:55AM
The only thing I can say is that the girl with the umbrella might need some further attention and manipulation. Good work.
Gary_Williams 12 38 3 United Kingdom
29 Oct 2005 7:29AM
Walter, I like this, the only suggestion I would have is that the area under the arch is a little too bold, perhaps selectively colour that area two. I really like the other areas of colour such as the window boxes on the right, and the umbrella. The contrast in the B&W is excellent too. Well done.
hebdens 11 5
29 Oct 2005 7:56AM
great shot,really like the style and atmosphere that you have created.
exposure Plus
12 3.9k England
29 Oct 2005 1:15PM
I love this image gritty and lovely selective colour and detail, What arnt you Happy with Walter?
Pauline.
tonymarq 11 1 United States
29 Oct 2005 3:59PM
I like it Walt! like how before arch way black grey monotone then through archway nice color! i would try to soften dark areas a little for soft transition into color. it's a good one Walt!!
tonymarq
29 Oct 2005 6:06PM
I think it is very successful. You have captured an almost seedy feeling going out into warm sunshine. The light at the end of the tunnel.
Bill
29 Oct 2005 6:08PM
I think it is very successful. You have captured an almost seedy feeling going out into warm sunshine. The light at the end of the tunnel. The exposure is good for both areas.
Bill
29 Oct 2005 6:10PM
I think it is very successful. You have captured an almost seedy feeling going out into warm sunshine. The light at the end of the tunnel. The exposure is good for both areas.
Bill
29 Oct 2005 6:16PM
Sorry! should have said no to that last glass of wine.
Bill
Bluke 11 303 1 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2005 1:25PM
love it .....good work..
babs
2 Nov 2005 5:34AM
I think this is a superb piece of work ..... I love these selective colour shots of yours ... they are beautiful. I do agree however that a little softening and maybe a little lifting of the shadows of the archway might enhance this a little more .... but only a subtle ammount I feel would be needed! Excellently done! Click*
Karen
angelamary 11 6 England
2 Nov 2005 6:03AM
I too like this photo. Very clever idea going from B&W into colour with the return to the hustle and bustle of the main street. Nice shot.
paulcr 12 1.5k 9 Ireland
2 Nov 2005 6:08AM
Very striking and unusual treatment to this. Love it. Paul
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
30 Nov 2005 11:32PM
lovely piece of work...if anything, you could experiment with a lifting the girl with the unbrella and/or clone out the mmotorbikes

Smile
jeff
CollY 10 14
14 Feb 2006 3:21PM
Has a lot of punch, really like this image, it has all been said above.
Colleen
GeorgeRusky 10 1 4
18 Mar 2006 4:50AM
Hi Walter,
Received a message from Ben, thought about you and immediately went to your PF where
several photos attracted my attention.
This one is the third.
Click.
George
PS
I've read your appeal to the EPZ members, and I'm so sorry I'm not the one to help you with that :-(
SoupyD 10
21 May 2006 1:39PM
This really works for me...nothing new to say, beyond what a striking image this is...well done mate Smile

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