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Waltham Abbey church organ.

Just playing around with B/W



Handheld otherwise I could have got a bit more DOF.

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Re: Waltham Abbey church organ.

For some reason I love this !!

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Re: Waltham Abbey church organ.

An education in itself! I never knew they had all those names.
It must have been difficult to resist the temptation to pull them all.

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Re: Waltham Abbey church organ.

Well, the left side looks swell, but the right side? Interesting subject and composition. Was it originally monotone looking, or did the area behind the knobs have a color? I like the black and white with this one.
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Re: Waltham Abbey church organ.

You'd have to pull out all the stops to get a better handheld shot

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Re: Waltham Abbey church organ.

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Re: Waltham Abbey church organ.

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Well, the left side looks swell, but the right side? Interesting subject and composition. Was it originally monotone looking, or did the area behind the knobs have a color? I like the black and white with this one.
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Here is the original shot uncroped and the whole organ.







As you can see the area behind the stop is black but there is some colour round the keys.I did add a warming filter to the picture.
Also you can probably see my cheat in cloning out two of the lower stops.
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Re: Waltham Abbey church organ.

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I like the pic Andy - it pushes all the right buttons for me.

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