Greenwich Again

By SlowSong
Due to adverse weather conditions (albeit not as bad as some) I haven't been out much so this is another view over Greenwich from half way up the hill taken a couple of weeks ago. Given a bit of a desaturation treatment and touch of sepia just because I liked the look. Smile

I'm awaiting a new Canon 40mm 2.8 pancake lens which is a reasonable price as looks quite handy. I think I'm going to try a few trips out using just that one lens as soon as it stops raining. I find a 50mm lens a bit too long but the size of the 40mm (rather nearer a 35mm which I can't afford) means I can just pop it into a bag on my DSLR. Of course I don't need it, but it got good write-ups.

Cheers
Chris SmileSmileSmile

Tags: Photo journalism General Digitally manipulated Landscape and travel

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Comments


Joline Plus
11 28 53 United States
28 Dec 2012 12:45PM
That is an attractive tone, especially for a cityscape such as this.

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nonur Plus
8 17 12 Turkey
28 Dec 2012 1:00PM
I like the treatment, looks nice.Smile
CarolG Plus
10 199 20 Greece
28 Dec 2012 1:18PM
Very well presented, Chris, like it very much. Carol
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 11 Canada
28 Dec 2012 1:30PM
Nicely framed and processed.....Sandy
cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 27 Northern Ireland
28 Dec 2012 1:31PM
like the tones Smile
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 141 15 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2012 1:41PM
Useing the sepia added to the shot.
Jasper87 Plus
7 1.8k 149 England
28 Dec 2012 2:00PM
An unusual view from this 'neck of the woods', given the 60s treatment. Looks good, Chris.

Dave
28 Dec 2012 2:42PM
Well presented in sepia tone.
AnneWorner 9 620 43 United States
28 Dec 2012 4:31PM
I like the look of this too, reminds of an old postcard.

Now, Chris, if you had bought the EM-5 you could have gone out in the rain with it.

I stupidly reset the camera the other day and have spent 1 hr this morning getting the settings right again. Then, on dpreview.com I found a whole thread with real photos showing how to get the most of the camera! Whoppee

Anne
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
28 Dec 2012 4:39PM
A very good personal view Chris ( many thanks for your input on my London stuff, most appreciated !!) Recognisable indeed !!
Ron.
AnnChown Plus
7 202 1 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2012 5:45PM
The toning works very well on this fine view. Good luck with your new lens.
Ann
bliba Plus
11 2 Austria
29 Dec 2012 3:05AM
excellent treatment

very well done

HNY

ollie
pascalg Plus
10 37 France
29 Dec 2012 6:14AM
interesting view...
ChiliMan Plus
10 135 17 Singapore
29 Dec 2012 9:27AM
I love the processing, Chris. It looks like one of them old photographs Smile

Andrew
29 Dec 2012 3:23PM
The house I grew up in was just off the right-hand side of the image! I've always loved Greenwich and you've given an image that accentuates that, a great image Chris!
Regards Maggie
TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 10 England
29 Dec 2012 4:20PM
A very fine capture, Chris Smile Think you've got a long wait for better weather, I don't think it's ever going to stop raining! Sad
Trev Smile
Hop-A-Long 10 52 1 England
30 Dec 2012 1:18AM
Great shot, I like the use of the branches breaking up the sky, almost like forks of lightning.

Andy
Rende 10 38 4 Netherlands
30 Dec 2012 11:35AM
Beautiful vista with lovely composition and processing.
Rende
RockArea 10 18 3 United Kingdom
30 Dec 2012 9:50PM
A lovely image. It looks great with lots of detail and your treatment works very well.

Wishing you all the best for 2013

David

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