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Wakefield College 2

By Philo  
Another shot from my trip to the college. This time I got in front of the trees and laid down on my back. It may look a little tight in the frame but I couldn't get any further back.
f/8, 1/15s, ISO 100, 14mm
All comments and mods welcome as usual.
Phil

Tags: Architecture Castleford Wakefield college Glasshoughton

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whipspeed Plus
12 4.2k 22 United Kingdom
20 Jul 2010 3:08PM
Really like the way the building cuts through the frame like an arrow. I don't think it's tight in the frame, it feels rather as if it fits it.

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Philo 6 99 83 England
20 Jul 2010 3:10PM
Many thanks whipspeed, much appreciated.
Phil
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3560 Canada
20 Jul 2010 4:13PM
The best of the series. What makes this better is that it is a dramatic rendering of the building, enhancing the scale, angles and shape by the position youve taken, and the lens used. the distortions introduced by the lens work in your favour here too. I like the warmth of the evening sum on one side, and the blue tone of darkness encroaching on the other side. Im not sure if you have added some blue to the clouds or they were like this, but would think a little less in the clouds might look better, while retaining it in the building.

Building like this, with lines and sharp angles, are well suited to mono, so I suggest you think about that and have loaded a mod.


Regards


Willie
Philo 6 99 83 England
20 Jul 2010 4:17PM
Thanks Willie, I was actually going to delete it as I thought it was overcooked in processing and it has a distinct cyan cast (pointed out by NewmanP on the previous shot). I was just working on another version where I have adjusted white balance (reaping the benefits of RAW). I had a go at a mono conversion but I wasn't too sure.
Cheers,
Phil
chensuriashi Plus
10 247 17 England
20 Jul 2010 4:20PM
No Phil...As soon as I saw it I thought yes this is better, very dramatic building shot...Well seen and photographed. Congrats Chen.
Philo 6 99 83 England
20 Jul 2010 4:29PM
Many thanks Chen,
Phil
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3560 Canada
20 Jul 2010 5:29PM
Phil, - if you used the Topaz filter on this it might introduce the cast?

There is a cyan cast on the left, but it looks like its perhaps a result of the light on that side of the building?


W
Philo 6 99 83 England
20 Jul 2010 6:53PM
You could be right Willie, it has almost certainly made it worse, but there is evidence of it in the RAW image.
Cheers,
Phil
NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
22 Jul 2010 11:21PM
best composition of the group but im thinking the image is made for mono.
Phil
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
4 Sep 2010 10:56AM
this one of the set works best for me, i like the POV, and it gives the most striking comp. i feel the strong blues work well for it.lesley

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