Nice presented! Greetings, Jim
Its an HDR - at last!!!!!
You've come out of the closet. You are a HDRer too.
But its the Kodak so must be three.
I do like it but try blending it with the original (Mulberry Mill Methodology) or is that what you did already?
Love it, love it, love it you HDRer you!!!
Really nice perspective, architecture & processing! I especially like the cloud reflections in the window!
Happy Wishes, GG
Jethro, (you got me all a-blushin') - As the magic tag implies, there is indeed something going on here!
GG, Thank you kindly! The reflection in the window is what gave me the inspiration to spruce this one up a bit ...
Yet another convert! Fun, isn't it. Great subject and I really like the result. Have fun, and don't be afraid to try 'that other slider' :)
Man, I don't know what to say any more. This is a phenomenal presentation. I love the point of view. The colors are amazing, and the post processing is fantastic.
Kevin, you have my deep admiration for this work! What else could I say, what others didn't?!
Fantastic! Like it and get a YS.
Thank you gentlemen, your remarks are quite kind and are much appreciated.
Just glancing over the comments on this photo, it would seem there is an impression this is some variety of HDR work. That’s not the case.
At times I like to experiment with post processing techniques just to see if I can turn my imagination into "reality". That’s what we have here. Believe me, the original photo(s) were steaming piles of photographic dung. But, I loved this building and always wanted to do something with it. Not to worry, you can always count on me to label such embellishments with the magic tag!
I agree it has a certain HDR look to it, it was my first guess. But I'll send in my second guess shortly! Love the composition here!
Spectacular shot. Although I'm somewhat amazed that according to my statistics page this oldie is similar to a certain old Mr. Lenin poster... (Well, has anyone ever seen any similar photos in the similar photos :)
Anyway a strong Like to this one. Great candidate to be a poster.
I believe this is my Great Grandfathers shop at 1 Narrowgate. He was a hairdresser, perfumer and wigmaker, Robert Hunter.
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Photo taken in Alnwick, Northumberland NE66, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location