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Ditching Beacon Inversion - Different take

Another from my trip to Ditchling Beacon, different composition this time


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Re: Ditching Beacon Inversion - Different take

Very moody.
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Re: Ditching Beacon Inversion - Different take

I like this one much better than the last one. Nice strong colours but still moody (as Dave said).
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Re: Ditching Beacon Inversion - Different take

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Very moody.
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I like this one much better than the last one. Nice strong colours but still moody (as Dave said).
Interesting, I wasn't sure about the stile being in it or not, I have another of the stile with the sun up as well :-)
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Re: Ditching Beacon Inversion - Different take

The oblong yellow thing on the stile bugs me.
I'd clone it out or desaturate it.
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The oblong yellow thing on the stile bugs me.
I'd clone it out or desaturate it.
I agree .
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I agree .
I agree too. Great shot though!
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Re: Ditching Beacon Inversion - Different take

Fantastic shot and conversion.

With respect to this:

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The oblong yellow thing on the stile bugs me.
I'd clone it out or desaturate it.
Would be an interesting challenge for Photoshop's context aware fill....
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