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Vintage Colour

By johnriley1uk  
I really like shooting with my Pentax Q-S1. It may be a tiny CSC but it produces excellent 12MP images that stand up very well. I've had some competition success with images from this camera and its lenses. I also like using the various styles of JPEG capture, particularly the Bold Monochrome. For this image I decided to try out the Vintage Colour setting and I was quite pleased with it. It is more subdued than the normal colour and does have a certain vintage quality to it.

Tags: Architecture Tyldesley Cemetery

Voters: Tish1, gconant, Daisymaye and 26 more

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Daisymaye Plus
11 23 16 Canada
12 May 2020 12:29AM
Some very nice shadows in this. Good shot.

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taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
12 May 2020 1:21AM
Very nice!
12 May 2020 3:56AM
This is a beautiful image.

mac Plus
18 6 Scotland
12 May 2020 10:25AM
Very nice subdued tones in this image, so your vintage setting works well!
JuBarney Plus
8 33 4 United Kingdom
12 May 2020 9:06PM
A terrific image and rather a shame this lovely church is boarded up

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