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Old 7th August 2013
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Contrast and the Abbey

Took this after conquering the 199 steps at Whitby:



E-M5 plus Leica 14-150mm

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Re: Contrast and the Abbey

Ghostly silhouette image David, lovely powerful sky.

I would prefer to see just a little detail in the ruins rather than a straight silhouette but that is just my preference.
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Re: Contrast and the Abbey

Agree with Ian, mind you it would be easy to achieve a touch more detail in PP using screen mode and a layer mask. I'm all for having lots of options open to develop an image further. I do like the image as presented though.

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Re: Contrast and the Abbey

All it needs is Count Dracula, thats where it was written about.
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