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Circle of stone

By TanyaH
I seem to be going through a phase of turning colour slides black and white! Here's another one - desaturated, a brightness/contrast adjustment layer applied and a little unsharp mask. It's got quite a 'gritty' feel to it that I rather like.

Tags: Landscape and travel

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TanyaH Plus
14 1.3k 392 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2003 8:26AM
Forgot to also say that it had a channel mixer adjustment layer added too.

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edz2001 14 513
9 Jun 2003 12:49PM
A good picture, it does seem a little dark, but that could just be my screen which doesn't always do pictures justice! I like it anyway Smile Ed.
lightweaver 15 481
9 Jun 2003 1:42PM
Nice composition and a great sky; gives it a real moody atmosphere. I think it's come out rather well in black & white. Colin
26 Jun 2003 4:31PM
Love your work Tanya. What a wonderful creative eye you display.
dclarke5 14 147 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2003 2:45PM
I don't think is too dark at all. The dark sky adds to the atmosphere. Wonderful! In fact looking through your portfolio I'd like to congratulate you on every picture. Great stuff!
danbig 14
7 Aug 2003 12:23AM
nice pic, i love black and whites, have some of my own. Smile-
viswan 14
7 Aug 2003 5:01PM
Very nice. the stone is like a "being" in its own right! It has a real presence.
This is brilliant. The decision to use mono just adds to the overall wonderful effect. Would love to see this hanging in a gallery.
dudler Plus
14 620 1171 England
3 Dec 2005 3:22AM
All these comments, and no clicks? A very effective treatment - lighting just right, weather perfect!


PranavMishra 5 52 17 India
24 Mar 2015 11:44PM
a rather stubborn looking stone, which if you follow from the bottom keeps on diminishing.. until you reach just one point.. the summit, where neither is a hint of stubbornness, nor any complexity..

well photographed..

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