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Mar 06, 2017 06:41 |  #1

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Mar 06, 2017 09:04 |  #2

Two lovely crisp images maestro. You always seem to extract so much detail from brick and stonework, you are definitely the stone master :-)

Hope all ok up north

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Mar 06, 2017 09:16 |  #3

woollyback wrote in post #18293289 (external link)
Two lovely crisp images maestro. You always seem to extract so much detail from brick and stonework, you are definitely the stone master :-)

Hope all ok up north

Best regards

Rob

Thanks, Rob. I always try to get sidelight on subjects with texture.

BTW, most of my posts are on Natural Looking HDR and Post Your HDR Landscapes! Where are yours?

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Mar 06, 2017 10:20 |  #4

Two excellent images, Martin. The 1st one is really unique - well captured and processed. It really keeps the eyes in scan mode and is an excellent example of simple content keeping the viewers attention.
Cheers, Murray




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Mar 06, 2017 13:10 |  #5

mistermonday wrote in post #18293350 (external link)
Two excellent images, Martin. The 1st one is really unique - well captured and processed. It really keeps the eyes in scan mode and is an excellent example of simple content keeping the viewers attention.
Cheers, Murray

Thanks, Murray. When photographing texture I like to make the image look as if you could reach out and touch it!


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