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Old 13th July 2008
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Whitby Abbey

One from a recent holiday.

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Re: Whitby Abbey

Oooh - I do like that Paul - very nice indeed!

It's very striking - really leaps out at me.

I'm 100% hopeless at this type of work (but I'd like to be able to do it ), so I take my hat off to you.

Can you briefly tell me how you did that; what processing you did etc.?

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Re: Whitby Abbey

Great.

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Re: Whitby Abbey

Thats very atmospheric shot of the Abbey, just needs Count Dracula The goths would love it.
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10/10

One of the Best shots I've seen of this

Very Well Done

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Re: Whitby Abbey

Absolutely top class

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Re: Whitby Abbey

Very well worked and a pleasing composition.
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Re: Whitby Abbey

Very, very good work. What b&w conversion routine did you use?
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Re: Whitby Abbey

Thanks everyone.

It was converted to b&w using CS3's b&w feature then multiple adjustment layers and mask working to get the tonal range I wanted then a sepia filter was added.
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Re: Whitby Abbey

Cracking shot Paul, I bet the B&W version looks a whole lot better that the colour version, a great subject choice for such a conversion.

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