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Rock of ages (colour)

Rock of ages (colour)
Copyright ©2006, Steve Elliott
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This is the colour version. Taken on the moor above the Hope Valley in the Peak District

Photographer: Steve Elliott
Folder: Steve Elliott
Uploaded: 31-May-2006 20:42 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E300
Exposure time: 1/100
Aperture: F5
Focal length: 22mm
Lens: 11-22mm F2.8-3.5
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Clouds
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
Processing applied: Converted to Jpeg with RSE, levels Sharpen and save for Web in CS2
Various: Graduated ND filter used to balance Sky to FG
Image resized to: 640x850

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Hi Steve

Another great shot. Has a brooding/menacing feel about it!

Kiffin

Kiffin Miller at 01:47 CEST on 01-Jun-2006 [Reply]

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Steve, I like the B/W version better than the color. It's only a personal preference. It's a good shot.
Regards,

Lee W at 06:01 CEST on 01-Jun-2006 [Reply]

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Like Lee I prefer the B/W version. What I wondered about that version was the amount of postprocessing but it was worth while - I didn't manage in a single step with gimp!

Udo

Udo Altmann at 09:05 CEST on 01-Jun-2006 [Reply]

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Thanks Kiffin, Lee and Udo for your comments, I also prefer the B&W version but posted the colour one so it could be compared, using several raw conversions and then blending them is quite time consuming but I think produces a superior result as you can target certain tones and areas it also minimises the amount of dodging and burning required too. I've only just started to use this method of conversion so with more practice and experience should reduce the amount of time it takes to get the final result.
Cheers Steve

Steve Elliott at 13:17 CEST on 01-Jun-2006 [Reply]