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Glasshouse

By Possum  
Not sure how this will be received, but little by little I'm trying new things.
This is part of the amazing glasshouse at RHS Wisley, a wonderful structure full of beautiful plants.
I took this handheld and had to straighten it, so I've lost a bit of sky top left and it may be a bit tight in the frame. I also had the macro lens on at the time, which may not have been ideal...
Deliberately darkened and grained with the manipulation.

Your thoughts are very welcome, good or bad...

Tags: Architecture Glasshouse Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated Rhs Wisley

Voters: KBan, Eviscera, whiteswan01 and 27 more

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Comments


Eviscera 10 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2008 10:09PM
it has a great feeling Possum , well beyond the subject , stood out a mile for me

Dave

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2 Jul 2008 10:46PM
great image shows lines and detail
Dawn
DolphinLady 10 54 1 Wales
2 Jul 2008 10:50PM
I think it's great to try new things, like me with the horses, & I admire anyone else that goes out of their comfort zone.
I like the lines & curves to these two images.
Does it really matter if you lost a bit of the sky...the rest of it looks fantastic, a lovely colour.
Well done.
Hilary
exposure 12 3.7k England
2 Jul 2008 10:54PM
Lovely tones and detail Allie I like both vesions.
Pauline.
Cabit 9 104 England
2 Jul 2008 11:26PM
Nice one, like the wesite.
Dave
Bob_V 8 1 2 United States
3 Jul 2008 2:03AM
Great detail in this capture Allie.
Bob
jaktis 12 84 Sweden
3 Jul 2008 6:20AM
It is sometimes problem with handheld, good lines

Peter
3 Jul 2008 10:02AM
Love the effect. Can't decide which crop I prefer - each has its merits.
Smile Lucy (running late)
Rock Plus
14 10 2 England
3 Jul 2008 11:58AM
Both alright !

Rock
sunshot 11 24 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2008 3:47PM
i think its good to try new things allie, its the best way to learn
i like both shots but prefer v 2, because theres more sky

well done

marc
3 Jul 2008 3:52PM
Great use of shapes.
Alex
LisaRose 9 172 4 United States
3 Jul 2008 7:07PM
Very good I think to try new things. You found a great subject for shapes and lines. I like the treatment you gave it as well. Often times when I am trying something new I will load it as a mod. so that others can play around with it, and I can benefit from their ideas. Smile

Lisa
joseph 10 England
3 Jul 2008 9:10PM
I love it Allie.................Superb!!
KKmoments 10 12 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2008 10:24PM
Well spotted and interesting... nice tones/good ps work, love the abstract feel to this and think you've done really well on 'something different' ... Karen Smile
RockArea Plus
9 18 3 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2008 10:28PM
The different angles and curves work very well together especially with the tones of the glass. Different but retains the classy feel we have come to expect.

David
Possum 9 148 England
4 Jul 2008 5:05AM
Lisa, thanks especially for your comment about mods - I will definitely think about that for future uploads Smile
User_Removed 12 16 1 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2008 7:57AM
v2, I htink. the shapes really work together

di

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