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Dungeness #6

Posted on Fri 20th Apr, 2007, 6:00pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 30 Seconds, Aperture: f/8,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: None,
Lens: Canon EF 35mm f/1.4L, Focal length: 35mm,
Captured: 6th April 2007, 7:09pm,

A different building this time, but I'm trying to keep a consistent look and feel with the texture.

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m i k e b, Sat 21st Apr, 2007, 4:25am
love the recent uses of texture. it has been a while. this is obviously a great photo without the texture, but it does add a nice grim mood to the photo. nicely done.

owen-b, Sun 22nd Apr, 2007, 4:27pm
Very 'post-nuclear America' feel to them, oddly! :)

Jonathan, Sun 22nd Apr, 2007, 8:08pm
The overlay textures have worked well, interesting series.

BobC, Mon 23rd Apr, 2007, 5:20pm
These textured images are very interesting. They remind me in some ways of the wild west but then some of the more modern parts of the structure lend a post apocalyptic feel to them. I've never played with these textures before - are they just layers in photoshop? Great to meet you by the way and a put a face to the blog!

Jamey, Mon 23rd Apr, 2007, 5:33pm
Yes, they're layers in Photoshop. Just play about and see what happens. You soon start realising that you do actually have to hunt for good textures. Simply whacking a close-up of some brickwork over things looks pretty poor, IMO. And good to meet you too.

Deceptive, Tue 24th Apr, 2007, 5:09pm
I like them all from this area - textures enhance the urban decay.

Jon Swainson, Thu 26th Apr, 2007, 7:55pm
I'm liking these. Great stuff. Sorry I'm not saying much, I just like it :)

Sysagent, Sat 28th Apr, 2007, 9:13am
This tecxture works as well for me on this shot, it really gives it that old, knackered photo look.

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