Marble Hill House

by matwhittington

Took this today - Marble Hill house on the bank of the Thames. I think it was built for one of the mistresses of one of the King Georges in the 18th Century (clearly very discreet). This conversion uses the 'IR' effect in PSE and I rather like it... :
Uploaded06/12/2009 - 22:25
Shutter Speed1/40
Focal Length50mm

Posted 07/12/2009 - 04:33 Link
Hi Mat
Really like the comp on this shot. I might have been tempted to crop a little more just to remove the little 'gaps' on each side .
Great capture
PS She must have been a 'good' mistress
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Posted 07/12/2009 - 06:24 Link
Ha! I think you're right... she must have been very good to get a nice house like that. I'll crop a little off the sides and see how it looks...


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