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Banwell pepperpot

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Registered: June 2005
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Date: Thu August 11, 2005
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Where is Rapunzel then? Nice Sharp Image and very good composition. A polarising filter may have added a bit of bite to the sky. (Sorry Barry Fitz...)
#1 Thu August 11, 2005 10:48pm

Agree, or you could use photoshop (oops, double sorry Barry F.)
#2 Thu August 11, 2005 11:15pm

Good composition agree on the sky and filter issue You could do some tweaks in
PS with curves and levels but the polarizing filter would have solved a lot.
(Ooops triple sorry Barry F...)
#3 Fri August 12, 2005 4:31am

A nice shot. Don't listen to the "boring" lets do the same thing every time previous comments. Polarising filter...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. My god it's scary why so many people want to have the "perfect" sky. Tedious and corny are my thoughts on the PS freaks! Yup it's nice not to be mainstream guys, get over yourselves. This would look nice in b&w.
#4 Sun August 14, 2005 5:36am

PS freaks!? And talking about 'boring' ... From a PSP freakess, I don't mind the sky as it is - it compliments the hint of a blue tinge of the stonework - like this a lot.
#5 Sun August 14, 2005 3:07pm

Wow! Has desertpea seen the light? Maybe! Or maybe not. Look come on did you really spend £450 on ps? And psp is pretty good. speaking as a pc maker/software person I will say adobe isnt half as good as it thinks it is. psp9 is way better value for money if image editing is your thing. And yes i use psp, i just dont whack cheesy filters on my stuff!
#6 Sun August 14, 2005 7:28pm

#7 Tue October 18, 2005 11:15pm

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