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stonehenge two
I have worked on this again. It is a two image pan stitched together. Full image HERE
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Album name:Barrie / Stitched
Editing Performed:Converted to mono bit of dodging and burning. noise reduction in sky
File Size:199 KB
Date added:Jul 22, 2009
Dimensions:1000 x 453 pixels
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Color Space:Uncalibrated
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Date Time:2009:07:22 06:38:33
DateTime Original:2009:07:13 17:12:24
DateTime digitized:2009:07:13 17:12:24
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John T  [Jul 22, 2009 at 05:29 PM]
Like this one better Alan, The stones appear to stand out more from the sky, nice one.
frog  [Jul 22, 2009 at 05:36 PM]
Nice shapes of stones and clouds and the people on the left giving it some scale of these stones.
Barrie  [Jul 22, 2009 at 05:50 PM]
John, I am Barrie, Alan is the other bald one.
alanuk  [Jul 22, 2009 at 06:32 PM]
Bald? I think you are confusing me with someone else, Barrie.. I am merely folically-challenged. I didn't see too much wrong with the first upload but now I'll go back to look to see if I can spot the differences.

Right.. back again. I thing that the stones stand out more in this but now I troubled with the inclusion of the people on the left and the power line and I think those crows have to go, too. Sometimes an image needs something to give it some scale but surely that this is such an iconic landmark that no scale indicator is necessary. I find my eye now keeps being drawn towards the white top.
John T  [Jul 22, 2009 at 06:40 PM]
Sorry Barrie, can't put that down to my eye, must just be old age.
George  [Jul 22, 2009 at 06:57 PM]
Well whad'ya know, two Stone Henges and I thort there was only one, wish I'd payed more attention at school. But don't they look very much alike, must've had the same architect on both
Slightly different pov on this one Boss or did you use a different needle? and you've left in two halves of the great unwashed to give it scale, which it certainly does.
You know I can't make me mind up which one I prefer, the other one has more texture in the stone but this one is brighter, they both have their attractions so like them both very much Boss, thanks for the re-work.
Merlynn  [Jul 22, 2009 at 11:47 PM]
This is much better Barrie, there is a distinct separation of the dark moody sky and the capstones of the Henge, whereas before it was very difficult to see where the capstones ended or the sky began, the light/shade reveals some lovely tones, textures, and shape in the standing stones, with the sky full of movement and interest, the figures adding much needed scale, luv it!