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Scotney Castle
A National Trust property recently visited, this is just the ruins of the original castle now only about 25% remaining.
But another larger property in good condition in the same grounds.
File information
Filename:Scotney_Castle.jpg
Album name:JOHN / Landscapes
Camera:Panasonic Lumix DMC G3
Lens:Panasonic 14mm (28mm equivalent to 35mm)
Author's Comments:I don't do mono usually, so just an experiment
Editing Performed:Convert mono, B&C.,crop, sharpen, CS2, resize.
ISO:160
File Size:928 KB
Date added:Jul 09, 2014
Dimensions:1980 x 1697 pixels
Displayed:35 times
Color Space:sRGB
DateTime Original:2014:07:02 16:25:18
Exif Image Height:1697 pixels
Exif Image Width:1980 pixels
Exif Offset:8
Exposure Program:Unknown: 0
Exposure Time:100/24999 sec
FNumber:f 10
Focal length:14 mm
Make:Panasonic
Model:DMC-G3
Orientation:Normal (O deg)
Resolution Unit:Inch
Software:http://www.idimager.com
X Resolution:72 dots per ResolutionUnit
Y Resolution:72 dots per ResolutionUnit
URL:http://www.thestudio-online.co.uk/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-15714
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George  [Jul 09, 2014 at 08:59 PM]
Well apart from a couple of suggestions Jeffrey your experiment has worked very well indeed.
A sharp contrasty mono, which I like very much. It only needs, for me anyway, a slight crop top and bottom and just over a degree of cw rotation.
Like it loads, good work Jeffrey.
SteveT  [Jul 09, 2014 at 11:07 PM]
love the fine detail in the castle and surroundings, very good B&W conversion just needs a crop top and bottom to focus on the main detail. very well done
Helen  [Jul 10, 2014 at 10:48 PM]
Wow Jeffrey this is gorgeous in Mono. Nice & sharp & showing some fine details on the castle with good reflections. Looks a very picturesque place to go. Well taken & edited.
alanuk  [Jul 11, 2014 at 11:36 AM]
I had my only visit to the castle a year or so ago (Queen's Jubilee whenever that was) . Alas, the old castle itself was not open to the public at the time. I'm trying not to let my anti-B&W feeling prejudice this but I think this would have more impact in colour. Having said that perhaps, the weather conditions made B&W more of an obvious choice. A crop off the top would improve the composition for me.
Beermonsta  [Jul 11, 2014 at 02:26 PM]
I too like this in mono, good detail and composition, I would also agree with the comments above regarding the crop and rotation, I was going to suggest a reduction in brightness, but as no one else has commented it could just be my monitor being a tad bright.
Mazda_Man  [Jul 11, 2014 at 05:08 PM]
I am never really keen on central horizons unless of course the reflections demand it, which here I don't think they do. I can see the picture in colour with 2/3 sky and the reflection of the castle still maintained in full.
Photojunkie  [Jul 12, 2014 at 12:31 PM]
Well Jeff I think you should do more! - Great detail especially in the foilage. I assume it's bright daylight but with the mono it looks twilight/ evening and a bit mysterious and slightly Gothic! Please do more!