nigelclack

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photoblog image From Painswick Beacon 3

From Painswick Beacon 3

An HDR attempt. I kinda like the way the 3 primary colours came out by accident. This was using a 5 bracketed shot, HDR plus some burning and extra saturation of the green fields.

From Painswick Beacon 3

An HDR attempt. I kinda like the way the 3 primary colours came out by accident. This was using a 5 bracketed shot, HDR plus some burning and extra saturation of the green fields.

comments (12)

beautiful colors ! wow !
Nigel Clack: Thanks and thanks for dropping in
So Colorful. Cool effect!
Nigel Clack: Cheers cha cha, bit of luck involved with the colour, but don't tell anybodywink
  • alex
  • Boise, Idaho
  • 27 Aug 2007, 05:04
this could have been entitled, "Spectrum" or something like it. wow, these colors cover the full range of visible light. i love it. very bold and balanced.
Nigel Clack: Cheers alex, I'm glad you like it.
  • liam
  • south africa
  • 27 Aug 2007, 06:23
incredible colours...top marks

into my likeys

liam
Nigel Clack: Cool, thanks for letting me know Liam.
Wonderful stuff. I love the colour and the composition. (:o)
Nigel Clack: Thanks Roz
Lovely countryfield landscape !! Like the Hobbitt county in the Lords of the Rings !! Beautiful and so peaceful !
Nigel Clack: Didnt see any hairy feet other than my owngrin Cheers Flow.
WOW ! I love the colours !
Nigel Clack: Thanks for looking Ferdi
  • Neil Tandy
  • Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 27 Aug 2007, 17:55
Aah Nigel. So good to see my old homeland presented so well, this view really does bring back many fond memories, thank you. Many regards, Neil.
Nigel Clack: Happy to oblige, if you have any special requests wink
  • Mal
  • 27 Aug 2007, 17:58
very dramatic! very very effective. mal
Nigel Clack: How very kind, cheers for the feedback mal.
Great work and very impressive result.
I don't like the mark in the middle though smile smile
Nigel Clack: Cheers Zeb, I wasnt sure where to stick itwink
Is a lovely landscape, again, Nigel. One shot, but three images different from the same time! I like much and attached it to my likeys wink
Nigel Clack: I'm pleased I was able to make th emost of one trip too, a lot of lens swapping thoughsmile
Amazing Nigel. Is that Painswick, Glos? Or another one? Glorious colours mate.
Nigel Clack: From Painswick Beacon looking to the Black Mountains, cheers for looking.

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