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Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 26 – Distance

  Today in my WordPress Reader I came across a post by a blog I follow by Julie Powell and she had written a post about a Photography Challenge set by Hugh of Hugh’s Views & News called Distance. So I thought I would enter the above photograph which was taken at Bodiam Castle overlooking the fields …

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The Glade at Ashenbank Woods

Here is another photograph of Ashenbank Woods, near Cobham in Kent… for the above picture I thought I would add a texture and I found this great set of  Free Luminosity Masks by Greg Benz, which makes masking out a whole lot easier when applying textures.  I used both Lightroom and Photoshop to process the above …

Grazing

When we went to Great Dixter in East Sussex on Saturday, just by the car park was this field that was full of grazing sheep.  I view was spectacular so I asked him indoors to do a panoramic.  So he took 10 shots for me so that I could create a panoramic photo in Photoshop. In …

Country roads… take me home

This photograph was taken by St Margaret’s Church in High Halstow, near Rochester, Kent and composed of 6 photos at different exposures.  I then merged them in Photomatix and added an autumn tone to the picture, by using a preset in Photomatix and once the photograph was re-imported back to Lightroom I then adjusted the …

On the trail…

One of my favourite photographers has to be Serge Ramelli and just recently he has been doing tutorials of photographs he has taken at Yosemite National Park and has called them, his “On the trail of Ansel Adams” series. I can’t believe it was nearly a year ago that we were at Yosemite and after …

Wooden Bridge

One of the places that we love to visit is Sheffield Park Gardens, and since the car park changes at Wakehurst Place, it seems Sheffield Park Gardens has a hell of a lot more visitors than we’ve ever seen before. As you stroll around the wooded area of the park you come across little wooden …

Canary Wharf…

Last night (Saturday) was our second night photography trip.  Our time for photography is limited at the moment which is more the pity, so the only real-time we get is evening times on a Saturday evening.  Anyway, we decided this week we would drive up to North Greenwich and photograph Canary Wharf. Hubby used to …

Gazebo

Well you have all guessed by now, my forte in Photography is fine-art… I love adding texture and I love playing around in Photoshop.  But one of the things that I find hard is masking, especially when you get a landscape photograph with lots of trees and lots bushes, and how to refine that mask. …

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