Grim Places: Seen better days!

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Comments (7)

David Brown Photogra… on October 15, 2010

Its a nice place for HDR though Kenny.

Are you making these from three shots or the RAW file?

Cheers from NC - Jethro

Kenny Wharton on October 15, 2010

Hi Jethro, from 3 exposures, currently 1 below 1 above and one correct then just mess about with the sliders. I have kept away from RAW at the moment. I am currently Googling up some tutorials for CS5 and HDR for a few tips!

All the best from a drab, wet England.


Neil Grimwood on October 15, 2010

Now thats a waste of two good greenhouses Kenny, there again, its given you something to play about with!! ;-)...Neil.

Kenny Wharton on October 15, 2010

Hi Neil Thanks for dropping by again.

Many moons ago we carried out substantial repairs to this greenhouse (this is just a small portion) and planted it up with hundreds of tommos and peppers. Ironically it was cheaper to buy them from the market than it was to pay me to look after them then harvest them. In the day when these greenhouses were the trend the staff were paid buttons, this estate had 14 gardeners and now has only one.



Neil Grimwood on October 20, 2010

A sign of the times Kenny, times past and today i'm afraid. Even so, its nice to grow your own stuff,i had a big allotment years ago,all the Toms i sold used to pay for all my next years seed and a load of horsemuck, lovely stuff!! I wouldn't have one now though,too much vandalism.


İsmail Taşoğlu (yemt… on October 21, 2010

Hi KennyW

Very nice venue. Wonderful shot. Beautiful sharing.


Best wishes, İsmail

Kenny Wharton on October 23, 2010

Hi © yemtaş Many thanks for your comments. I am glad you liked my gallery.



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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 13, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Kenny Wharton
    • Camera: Canon EOS Kiss F
    • Taken on 2010/10/13 08:11:13
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO1600
    • Exposure Bias: 1.00 EV
    • No flash