Thorpe Salvin church Infra-Red

by davidstorm

This ancient church sits in an equally ancient village on the border of Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire. Parts of the church date to Anglo-Saxon times, including a timbered porch (not visible in this photo) and an ancient stone cross which survives in the churchyard. The name of the village derives from Norse, loosely meaning an outlying settlement.

Pentax K1, Pentax-M 28mm f3.5, Hoya R32 Infra-red filter
Uploaded26/01/2024 - 16:28
CategoryLandscape / Travel
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davidstorm
Posted 26/01/2024 - 16:30 Link
PS, the exposure time was 120 seconds, aperture was f16, processing in Photoshop to convert to B/W
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Posted 26/01/2024 - 16:34 Link
Trs belle image avec un beau traitement David ! - Very beautiful image with beautiful treatment David !
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davidstorm
Posted 26/01/2024 - 16:35 Link
Francisbd wrote:

Thank you Francis
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Nicola's Apartments, Kassiopi, Corfu

Some cameras, some lenses, some bits 'n' bobs
GIULIO57
Posted 26/01/2024 - 16:45 Link
A beautiful work.
PPG
LennyBloke
Posted 26/01/2024 - 17:45 Link
If there was ever a technique that suited a subject - then this is it!

Superb
LennyBloke
Flan
Posted 28/01/2024 - 21:16 Link
As said above, love the handling on this scene
Respect for the spirits
Cliff-P
Posted 29/01/2024 - 20:45 Link
Great image David.
Cliff.




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Posted 31/01/2024 - 12:02 Link
I'm not a bit fan of IR but in this instance it really works, a lovely picture. Well done David.

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