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Clifford Tower, York

By Steve Cribbin
I liked the way that the side-lit lines in the grass of the mound lead up to the tower, which stands out well against the clear blue sky in the evening light.

ISO 100 f/5.6 @ 1/400 sec

Steve

Tags: General Architecture

Voters: saeidNL, NDODS, gwynn56 and 2 more


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Comments


saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
11 Apr 2012 9:09AM
Great shot,
saeid

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2012 9:17AM
A lovely photograph, great point of view.

Nathan
mhfore 10 6 176 England
11 Apr 2012 3:20PM
Hi Steve,

Well spotted lines which you've used to good effect, well done.

Steve I still thing you can bring out the sun and shadows a touch more. I've posted a mod where I have altered the colour tones before adding some contrast, then erased the alterations from certain parts. I then applied a black gradient to the sky and then selected "soft light" before again erasing the effect from everywhere but the sky. Steve I hope that was not your family or friends at the base of the tower because i'm afraid I removed them as well Grin.

Take care
Martin
11 Apr 2012 4:24PM
Good capture of Cliffordís Tower Steve.


I also like Martinís mod.

David
Steve Cribbin 14 49 10 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2012 3:46PM
Thanks for the mod Martin. It has really added more punch to the image.
Don't worry about removing the people, I thought about it myself but decided against it in the end - so no visit from the family in the night.
I had aleady applied an exposure gradient to the sky in Lightroom but it can definitely handle the extra dose.
I wanted to bring out the sun on the stonework but have lost touch with post-processing a bit.
Thanks for the work that you put into the mod.

Thanks for all of the votes and comments.

Steve

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