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  • zed
  • Australia
  • 5 Apr 2009, 02:49
What a great light show
tim hitchins: didn't quite look like this Tony but the light was streaming through those arches, cheers mateysmile
Love the contrasty black and white processing of this shot. The wide angle perspective really gives a sense of scale of this place. The arches with the pillars aligned on the left 1/3rd line make for great composition, and the finishing touch is the streams of light coming from the windows on the right.
tim hitchins: much appreciated Duane, yes its something i have being playing with a lot recently the contrasty pping that is, chuffed you liked it fellasmile
I love fountains Abbey. You have spooked this up a bit!!
tim hitchins: lol yes a tad Bill and yes a visit is in order once again this year i think, great placesmile
A wonderful place and another of your great great works.
tim hitchins: most appreciated Albert for suresmile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Apr 2009, 09:33
You have given this a wonderful ghostly feel Tim
tim hitchins: well happy you should think that Chris, cheers mateysmile
  • paul
  • Yorkshire
  • 5 Apr 2009, 09:53
nice twiddling!
tim hitchins: cheers Paulsmile
This is a mental delight for me tim... great processing and great to catch a bit of movement with the guy. The severe burn out in the far window is something I too haven't myself been able to resolve very satisfactorily either. You will notice that in some of my next and extended series. cheers richard
tim hitchins: mental delight Richard well i am happy with that matey and i look forward to your forthcoming series with interestsmile
Superb. I love the mysterious feel!
tim hitchins: thank you very much Richard, i hope your weekend has gone wellsmile
Wow ! A likey !!
tim hitchins: well cheers Zeb chuffed you should feel that waysmile
superb capture and beautiful black and white processing!!! very well done
tim hitchins: having seen your work Olivier i very much appreciate that commentsmile
  • Rob Martin
  • Perth - Western Australia
  • 5 Apr 2009, 15:03
now that's friggin cool!!
Love the effect!
tim hitchins: lol "friggin" i haven't heard that in a long time lol, cheers Robsmile
What Duane said, and its a great shotwink
tim hitchins: thank you Nigel mateysmile
A very different presentation to those we usually see of this place Tim, very atmospheric.
tim hitchins: yes Brian i just played around with this and thought hmmmmm yes i like that so that was that, most appreciated Briansmile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Apr 2009, 18:00
a mysterious feeling and I can hear singing the monks their vesper! Umberto Eco, The Name of the rose, lets greet!
tim hitchins: hmmmmm seems your imagination is running wild Philing, bit like my processing lol, cheersgrin
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 5 Apr 2009, 19:22
fabulous shot, I would have loved to be there with you and experiment!!!!
Interesting shot, great pp-ing. The back and white works well.
  • Brian
  • Here
  • 6 Apr 2009, 03:24
Fantastic lighting display.
tim hitchins: helped along with the help of some pping Brian smile most appreciated.
Great atmosphere to your picture Tim, very well processed. Excellent.
tim hitchins: so chuffed you should think so David, just basically following some tutorials on u tube and adding some of my own ideas in on the way lol, pays off sometimesmile
  • Manuel
  • Spain
  • 6 Apr 2009, 12:28
Tim, is that a dream? Where is it? Surprising light.
tim hitchins: most appreciated Manuel, its a place called Fountains Abbey and its found roughly in N. Yorkshire not too far from were i live and a beautiful place smile
Very atmospheric and somewhat spooky ! enjoying again the wonderfull light and shade no doubt braught about by your post processing skills . Really well done again , looking forward to more .

tim hitchins: well cheers Simon so happy you think i have some skill when it comes to the ppingsmile
  • Manuel
  • Spain
  • 7 Apr 2009, 12:51
You're lucky living near that place!
tim hitchins: yes Manuel i plan to visit this place again this year the grounds are stunning with wild deer running round too, most appreciated Manuelsmile
I remember that I have seen other photos of yourself in this place and I have liked more!
tim hitchins: cheers Josesmile and have a nice day.
Very cool mood. Have you checked out OnExposure? You should post some of your stuff there. http://1x.com
tim hitchins: have being thinking about that for a while Craig, i know one of the viewers Mal and he is a hard man to please lol, i have looked at yours and i think you have the talent fellasmile
I agree!
great shot! I'd echo all the previous comments - the contrast, the movement, and the painterly blur all work really well togethr
  • Eliza
  • Tanzania
  • 22 Apr 2009, 08:49
wow, what a beautiful shot, absolutely stunning. only just found it.
tim hitchins: so glad you did find it Eliza, have a nice daysmile

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