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Bawsey Ruins

By kforeman
Had another Photo shoot done we took a few pictures while we were here then went home to take some more.

Thanks to every one commenting on my image if any of you have blipfoto.com i have just recieved my 100th blip today.

This is my first time taking images of Ruins so i didnt know alot about taking a shot so i tried and here is the result

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

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CathR Plus
9 150 564 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2011 9:51AM
It is a decent enough shot technically of the ruins Katie which look interesting. But for the shot to come alive you need better lighting - it looks like one of those horrible grey days. A bit of atmosphere would work wonders - possibly mist, frost or snow. Shooting early in the morning or in the late afternoon would be better if there is sun around.

I might try and move back a bit as well so we get to see something of the surrounding coutryside.

The shot has tremendous potential but it is a question of choosing the right day to get the most out of the location.

Best wishes

Catherine

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NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2011 9:26PM
Franks imported sky has served well to illustrate the need for interest in that area.

we all have the need to take images whilst we are there but the light is not, and i am no different but to be sucessfull directional light and an interesting sky are pretty much necessary elements. you do of course with a sky this white have the relative ease of making a selection that makes importing a sky as straight forward as it can be.

the central tower is a little central but the right hand free standing coloumn is acting well as a stopper for the eye. pulling back a little to give more space could well have been advantageous.

so overall the building is nicely captured but the totally bald sky makes this just a work in progress. why not use it as means to experiment with different skies.

best regards
Phil
miptog Plus
10 3.5k 61 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2011 10:39PM
Always worth trying a B&W conversion to see if it improves the shot (mod uploaded to illustrate)

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