Weston Turville Church


MrB

Link Posted 16/09/2020 - 00:50
St Mary The Virgin is a very old church (13th Century) in this Buckinghamshire village. Here are a few closer shots using a KP with the HD 70 Limited lens:

1. A quiet corner



2. Renovated stone



3. Mossy roofs



4. Security lamp



Philip

redbusa99

Link Posted 16/09/2020 - 08:50
liking your different look at these buildings also good to see the skills are still around to renovate things like that window.
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LennyBloke

Link Posted 16/09/2020 - 10:32
Like the clean crispness and the subtle colour palette - you've done a particularly good job on the first image controlling the shadows nicely
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cardiffgareth

Link Posted 16/09/2020 - 17:15
2 and 3 for me.

2 for the symmetry and the richness of the brick work around the glass work.

3 - I like the tension with the diagonals and the way they criss cross
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AlJones2402

Link Posted 16/09/2020 - 22:43
Interesting set here. I quite like the angles and lines of No3.

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fatspider

Link Posted 16/09/2020 - 23:03
Some interesting images, but light has helped much, I'd convert the lot to Black & White and also boost the contrast for some really graphic shots.
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MrB

Link Posted 20/09/2020 - 07:28
Thanks to everyone above for your interesting and helpful comments.

All the best.
Philip

Aitch53

Link Posted 20/09/2020 - 09:32
fatspider wrote:
Some interesting images, but light has helped much, I'd convert the lot to Black & White and also boost the contrast for some really graphic shots.

No, IMHO. The subtle (and not so subtle) contrast between the stone and 'greenery' in 1 and 3 is what makes them.
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LennyBloke

Link Posted 20/09/2020 - 09:42
Aitch53 wrote:
fatspider wrote:
Some interesting images, but light has helped much, I'd convert the lot to Black & White and also boost the contrast for some really graphic shots.

No, IMHO. The subtle (and not so subtle) contrast between the stone and 'greenery' in 1 and 3 is what makes them.

Totally agree - a couple of years back I had a tendency to boost contrast in a lot of shots, but it's only when you play around with lowering the contrast do you see a greater range of subtle colours
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Sry

Link Posted 20/09/2020 - 23:35
I'll agree with the majority here, great colours and interesting angles. My favorite however is the straight-on window and stonework of #2m - which has its own, even more subtle, colour palette - very well framed, lit and processed.

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MrB

Link Posted 22/09/2020 - 09:32
Thanks also to Steve, Lenny and Sry.

All the best.
Philip
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