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Aug 04, 2013 10:27 |  #1

Went to the Ribbleshead Viaduct with a couple of friends on Sunday (miles away from my garden, so no macro, lol). Got three images which were useable being out of my comfort zone here.

First two are of a helicopter working up there - it was transporting stone slabs to the top of the hills:

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Original Edit:

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Vintage Effect:

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Blurred Vignette:

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Old Sepia Tone:

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Old Black & White:

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Standard Black & White:

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If there's one you prefer, or if you prefer the original, then please feel free to say.


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Aug 04, 2013 10:56 |  #2

Good series. The "Original Edit" works for me. The "Standard Black & White", too.


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Aug 04, 2013 13:41 |  #3

Thank you Frank for looking and commenting.

I kind of like the blurred vignette one, but some edits are marmite - you either like it or you don't, lol..

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Aug 04, 2013 14:54 |  #4

I have to agree with Frank on these. I definitely don't like the blurred vignette, it looks too much like it was done in PS. The old sepia isn't too bad either.


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Aug 04, 2013 15:11 |  #5

Thanks JD for taking the time to look & comment.

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Aug 04, 2013 17:40 |  #6

Great series. Old Sepia is my favourite.. What did you use for the processing?

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Aug 04, 2013 17:42 |  #7

Nik Color/Silver FX 4 m8. Cool software.


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Aug 04, 2013 19:33 |  #8

Paul Iddon wrote in post #16181063 (external link)
Nik Color/Silver FX 4 m8. Cool software.

Thanks Paul.. And for the frames ? Sorry for the questions, I have been looking for a while for some nice processing and framing..

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Aug 05, 2013 00:44 |  #9

In the software m8. :)

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Aug 05, 2013 08:41 as a reply to  @ Paul Iddon's post |  #10

The original is great.


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Aug 05, 2013 08:54 |  #11

I'd have changed the 17-40 lens for a 400mm or maybe longer. Too much unrequired scenery for me.


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Aug 05, 2013 12:48 |  #12

LA Smith wrote in post #16182514 (external link)
The original is great.

Thank you kindly :)

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Aug 05, 2013 12:53 |  #13

Lowner wrote in post #16182531 (external link)
I'd have changed the 17-40 lens for a 400mm or maybe longer. Too much unrequired scenery for me.

Would be nice to have a 400 or longer,but they are for the realms of the affluentor lucky, not like an average joe earner like myself and probably most others ;)

As I said though, the train was due just 4 minutes after we arrived (we hadn't gone with the intention of photographing the kettle - there was barely no time to even get set up and have the camera ready even, so to get what I got does fine for me.

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Aug 06, 2013 09:18 |  #14

Cool shots, I like the Blurred Vignette as well




  
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Cool shots, I like the Blurred Vignette as well

Thank you :)

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