Very nice. That's just the thing I like... You would appreciate this place I scouted today. An old (American old?!?) abandoned Greek Orthodox church. The entrance is all overgrown with vines. Will show you when I get the shots.
I like 1,3,2 in that order. Excellent colors.
I like the red door
Next time, instead of using luminosity, try soft light and when you've hit the opacity level you really like, flatten, then make another layer with either (depending on the contrast) soft light or hard light at around 40%. I've found that if I work the color image as far as I can go using your Velvia action, then all other tweaking before I do the inversion layer, I get far stronger results.
What was your pixel reading on the blur?
Those are great, Rob. I love old doors and windows. The headboard of my bed is made from an old shabby paint peeling door. I luv it. I love them all... but the red one is my fav. I wish I could visit and see what you see...
No colours anymore I want them to turn blackI saw a red door and wanted to paint it black.
It could have been written with Silver Efex Pro users in mind.
That has to be the best chat up line I have heard in CiCWhat was your pixel radius?
The green door on its own would look good. I really like what you have done with the colours on these shots. Its great to capture these things since inevitably they will fall to the developers JCB. I really miss these run down properties in out part of the UK. My childhood seemed to be full of them.
Michael Douglas?Yeah nothing is that old in America,
My Grandad on my mothers side was from there. He had a brilliant repertoire of lanky sayings - bye eck', by the gummy goslins, owdonabit, tater 'ash etc etcStretford and Manchester
Ironically, I've been angsting about painting a little fold up picnic table that I have and have been wondering if I should try and distress it - something a lot like these!
They're super, Rob!
Welsh country cottages
Thanks, for the comments, glad you like 'em!