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This weeks photo takes me back to Malbrok, a fantastic teutonic castle. This week i have been looking for some peace and quiet, This room for me is a place I would love to have been able to escape to.
The editing was quite straightforward. I knew the shot could be edited with a low key style with all the details in the shadows being pigged by a few areas of highlights. For black and white I have a daguerreotype preset that I created which automatically gives an image the look I wanted. I then tidied up the highlights on the floor to let the defects of the glas shine through. I also created a vignette of contrast to create a more focused image. The final finishing touches was some slight split toning.
Week 80 Entries For The After Before Friday Forum
Benjamin Rowe Aperture64
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3 thoughts on “After Before Forum Wk 80; A Peaceful Room”
Beautiful sunlight through the windows. Like the After version!
Lovely mood to this
Hey Ben .. Great image, I really like it in b&w. Amy is right, the sunlight is beautiful through the windows 😃