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Danger Rocks

Bobman

Active Member
Shot taken in harsh light while visiting this lovely area of Wales with family. Only way to salvage from the bin was a B+W conversion.

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Ozzie_Traveller

Old Hand
Premium Member
G'day Bob

Whatever the original reason for the mono conversion - doesn't matter coz the mono looks beaut to me

I like the overall scene, the composition and the pp image contrast all work together to make it "worthwhile viewing". Well done

Phil
 

David_MC

Always on
Harsh light is a great candidate for a mono conversion. Could do with a bit more contrast IMO but nonetheless it is a great shot.
 

Pete Larkin

Always on
Premium Member
Good viewpoint, and the conversion mostly works well. Did you use a ND grad filter, or a grad in post processing? The reason for asking is that the lighthouse looks dark at the top - if you can correct that, the shot will look much better.
 
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