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Old May 6, 2012, 7:11 PM   #1
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hi guys,

visited the seaside area known as Reculver today. its a little quiet place, not sure if its a town a village or just a holiday camp with extras, but what it does have is a few very interesting pieces of ancient architecture. i wanted to do something different because they have been photographed locally quite a lot. so i played with some ideas in pp using topaz and this is what i developed.

i hope you like them, i can post the originals if you'd like to see them too after giving your opinion as i alway value your judgment one and all

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Old May 6, 2012, 7:28 PM   #2
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the first shot is BRILLIANT!
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Thanks gordy. I've posted the colour version in the HDR section. Let me know what you think if you get chance to see it. Thanks again bud
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Yes, the first one is absolutely brilliant, and kindles memories of childhood when we used to read stories with pictures almost like this.
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love #1 to quote jennifer lopez "gave me goosies."
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I too love the first one, really beautiful PP John!! Well done mate
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Agree with the others, nice work on #1.

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thank you rahgu, alex, mary and jj for your kind words, i appreciate your comments, always.

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Nice shots- though I'd like to see similar treatment with the second pic- and maybe with strong contrast...?
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Thanks Simon. I've made those shots too Simon. There's another one in the HDR section. And the contrasted one went on my Facebook. Gotta spread it about or it gets crowded lol
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