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Birds eye view

By kel55
View of Newcastle from Byker . Tried to blend 2 images to get to the best detail i could of the city buildings

Tags: Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

Voters: Greyheron, User_Removed, Bzox and 9 more


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User_Removed 3 4 1 United Kingdom
19 Dec 2012 10:18PM
Stunning well done. Smile

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almiles 6 38 102 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2012 6:08AM
You did get the full contrast range by blending I think. It's a striking image and I think the birds really add an important feature given how much sky there is in this. I like the way the sky fades to blue at the top too. Being formative, I wonder if just a bit more land at the bottom would help balance it a bit more although it looks only to be just shy of the 80/20 split that works so well. Also the Sage is such an iconic building I'd have included more of it in the frame if possible as from this angle its shape makes a thrid curve with the 2 bridges and 'The Rule Of Odds' does often help make a pleasing comp. These are minor points only though. The image is stunning and I can definitely see it on your wall as a canvas print! Smile Catch you at the weekend if you are not working.
7 Jan 2013 10:26PM
Stunning colours of the sky

Effrossini
3 Feb 2013 7:38PM
That's a great image and inspires me to have a go at blending...some time!!

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