Following on from yesterday's post here is another shot Melrose Abbey's ceiling this time in colour for all those of you who dislike black and white.
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timecapturer (47518) 2014-04-15 3:55
glad you posted this colour version, because it is so different to the B&W one, despite being the same, if you get my drift. This looks like a pen and ink drawing, and is just as fascinating and impressive. I love both versions!
Regards - B.
Gigidusud (14713) 2014-04-15 10:10
Excellent framing on the ceiling of the abbey with a beautiful HDR effect and a great perspective. Well done!
Noel_Byrne (22793) 2014-04-15 12:36
What a beautiful perfectly symmetrical shot, and with such amazing textures. I cannot tell if this is wood or brick, but its fantastic whatever it is. The colors are very rich with hints of so many tones. This reminds of a scene from a film, and though I hesitate to say it, I think its the scene from the Mines of Moria from lord of the rings! Beautiful scene, thanks for sharing.
Giustiniani (3304) 2014-04-15 13:43
a great shot with beautiful colors in subtle shades. An image that seems to come from a kaleidoscope. Well done!
chrislo (4151) 2014-04-15 14:54
I like that kind of architectural detail a lot. This shows the incredible design, workmanship and beauty of this structure. You really did a great job with this photograph, showing the stunning symmetry through the impressive perspective and brilliant tight framing. You also handled the light wonderfully. A very captivating and well composed shot.
danos (85221) 2014-04-17 4:38
nice the interior view of Melrose Abbey's ceiling with the light and the colour management to brings out the details of it. Excellent the quality as the clarity of the place.
kathryn_weir (2056) 2014-04-17 5:25
A simply stunning and symmetrical composition. My neck is aching just looking at it :) I like both your B & W version and this one also. The colours are rather soft and subtle and I guess the variations are due to the stained glass? I have next to no experience with HDR and would be interested to know your thoughts or experiences with it. is it correct that this has been given a HDR "makeover"?
have a great weekend
Royaldevon (28455) 2014-04-17 7:15
I recognised this straight away.
I think I have one similar.
I have memories of people looking skyward with cameras as if to catch an alien invasion!
To be honest, it is very effective, the textures and colours helping to define this remarkably intricate pattern to have been created in stone!
Have you mirrored it to get this exact symmetry?
annjackman (19025) 2014-04-26 2:26
Well I love b/w photography but I have to say that the colour version of your previous post does have some gorgeous subtle colours. The pink stone is particularly lovely.
First class shot and production.
Best wishes, Ann
- Copyright: Michael Wright (mjw364) (7292)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-10-10
- Categories: Architecture, Ruins
- Camera: Nikon D7000, Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6 DC EX HSM
- Exposure: f/9.0, 1/30 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2014-04-15 3:08