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    Huggate,Yorkshire mono

    following on from my other image from Huggate,Yorkshire.i like the image but after getting it on my pc.i decided i didn't like the brown muddy field so converted to mono. so this is work progress and gratefully for feed back.
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    Re: Huggate,Yorkshire mono

    Paul

    What are you using for your B & W conversion work?

    I like the bottom half of the image; i.e. the fore and middle ground. But when we get into the area of the church and the trees around it and then the land beyond, I'm feeling that it is sort of hanging in a no-man's land.

    What I mean is that either I'd want to put a lot more structure into them and make them 'pop' a bit more, or I'd want to reduce the contrast on them, maybe put on some blue filter; i.e. fade them down quite a bit, and create a much greater sense of distance.

    I use Silver Efex Pro 2, but I know that the B & W dialogue in one or other of the Adobe products (which I don't use therefore don't know) can be used for the same purpose.

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