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Lincoln Quarry 6

By WilliamRoar
Something is preventing this photo from being bold and iconic, yet vast and empty.
Rest of the images are on my website.

Tags: Infrared Black and white Landscape and travel


KarenFB Plus
13 5.3k 175 England
20 Dec 2011 7:45AM
I really like this shot - you've chosen the perfect format. Having it in b&w really accentuates the ruts in the hillside. I also like the way the clouds all seem to be in the same area. Well seen and processed!

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cats_123 Plus
15 4.9k 29 Northern Ireland
20 Dec 2011 7:49AM
well feels as though the sky is a little too dark to me. A play around with levels might find a better blend Smile
CathR 13 151 564 United Kingdom
20 Dec 2011 5:47PM
A very nice set off ruts to work with which give the shot some structure and interest. I also like the bits of vegetation just to add a different shape and texture, plus some horizontal shadows to break up the vertical ruts. Could be anywhere, anytime - a quarry in Lincoln or somewhere on a distant planet.

The only little thing which bothers me is the stone or what not right in the centre foreground. I keep wanting to pick it up and throw it away because it spoils the flatness of the foreground.

Very good shot, though.

Best wishes

banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4069 Canada
20 Dec 2011 6:29PM
Looks like you used a blue filter in the mono conversion, resulting in a darker than normal sky.

Uploaded a mod with the sky somewhat lighter, - its a different feel, but not sure if thats waht you are after.


paulbroad Plus
12 131 1288 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2011 8:21AM
I assume your infra red conversion is in software. I don't think this is the right subject for infra red - you need vegitation and subjects which reflect infra red radiation and here, only the sky does. The resulting effect for me is a bit heavy and dark with the darker areas of the quarry face dead centre. The idea of a wide open expance does not really come across without an object to act as main subject.


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