Benign and beneficent they'd have us believe ...but we've seen the documentaries about the true depths of their piety.
A part of Salisbury Cathedral's fine stonework.
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Great detail and conversion, as usual!
Thanks Matt :)Always nice to get the feedback...
A theme of power and corruption more than piety and benevolence! Another good composition and perfect exposure.
Yeah, you got the point I was trying to make ;-) Thanks for the feedback.
Btw, anyone see anything odd about the lighting in this one? I did cheat with the sky and am not sure if it works.
I thought there was something 'off' with the sky, but I think that was more to do with the hard outline of the building than anything else.
I think the clouds add some nice depth, have you noticed the two faces in them, too?
Great work Mark: exposure, details, conversion...Perfect!!! (Which lens?)
@Matthew: I keep coming back to this. On the one hand, it is a bit 'off', on the other, the more I look at it, the more I think It enhances the overall effect (or is that my innate laziness coming out!!).
I think I'll leave it for a while longer then maybe revisit it with a view to making the sky more believable.. Though realism isn't really what I'm after in this shot.
@Franco: thanks for the props... The lens was the standard kit lens that came with the 350D - EFS 18-55mm zoom.
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Thanks Pڱych♂ Bµdgíε - much appreciated and I'm glad you liked it!
Greetings from the UK :)
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Photo taken in Salisbury Cathedral, 6 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 2EJ, UK
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