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photoblog image Derelict Farmhouse #2

Derelict Farmhouse #2

Derelict Farmhouse #2



comments (18)

  • VZ
  • Atlanta, USA
  • 2 Oct 2007, 00:44
man, you're killing me with this processing. The birds are a final touch to the already perfect image.
VZ
Digiphotology: Hey VZ, maybe you shouldn't be looking at my pictures, I don't want to be responsible for anyone passing away!
Love this! A likey for me. Such amazing textures and the birds make it an even more haunting image than it already is. Fantastic! Super processing!
Digiphotology: Suzanne, I love it when I get a Likey, thank you for your very kind words.
Very creative work Alistair, it reminds me very much of a derelict building I saw recently near Thurso, not really the sort of place you would feel comfortable around in the dead of night! Yeah...COOL.
Digiphotology: Hi Rob, I just love derelict places, Scotland is a good place to find interesting subjects. Thanks for the cool comment.
amazing processing on this. Serious cool.
Digiphotology: Hi Gail, thank you so much, appreciated.
Damn clever stuff Alistair. richard
Digiphotology: Richard, flattered you think so, thanks
I love the processing on this !!!
Digiphotology: I am so pleased you enjoyed the image, cheers.
  • Lilith
  • carving stone
  • 2 Oct 2007, 10:05
The birds!! Scary film. Perfect to add atmosphere to this wonderful building.
Digiphotology: Hi Lilith, the birds are real and were a bonus, they were driving me nuts initially, but I was luck to catch them in the right place on this one.
  • mal
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Oct 2007, 10:22
love this style Digi, super image. mal
Digiphotology: Always appreciate your consideration Mal, thanks.
  • Petra
  • Netherlands
  • 2 Oct 2007, 10:31
Amazing! Wish i knew how to do this....wonderful picture Alistair!
Petra
Digiphotology: Hi Petra, you need to start experimenting it's easier than it looks. Thanks.
I'm with VZ... this is just too good. Into likey land!!
Digiphotology: Hi Bill, I just love it when I get a Likey! Thanks.
This is really an interesting process... it really looks like your picture is a century old ! Well done.
Digiphotology: Hi Florence, I cannot tell a lie, it's a couple of days old, I love the processing side, really fun, thanks.
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 2 Oct 2007, 14:42
MAN! This is a Likey for me as well!
Digiphotology: Hi Ginnie, another Likey, you are so kind, cheers.
great stuff m8
Digiphotology: Hi Tim, thanks dude, appreciated.
bringing the artyness over to sc, good good...dryness of processing suits the dereliction well...
Digiphotology: Hi Sam, ye, thought it was time you had a bit of culture :0 Glad you like it.
Hey you mind telling me where you got the texture from?

NICE work
Digiphotology: Hi Jide, if I told you I would have to kill you :o Seriously I collect textures as I do the rounds. There are textures in this, an old cracked plastered wall, a rather worn marble floor. I have hundreds of texture shots but find some work better than others, all a question of experimentation. Thanks.
WoW! A spectacular treatment with an incredible result! Bravo! smile
Digiphotology: Hi Jose, I am extremely flattered. Thank you.
  • Les Auld
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Oct 2007, 23:38
Interesting processing, gives a great feel to the image.
Digiphotology: Thanks Les, your comments are always appreciated.
Very " Wuthering Heights"!
The cracks work to great effect again.

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aperture f/6.3
sensitivity ISO400
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