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The High Street
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 09-17-2015, 02:23 PM

Having a B&W phase just now.

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09-17-2015, 02:53 PM   #2
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I like it (although you appear to have missed your "one day a year" blue sky opportunity). Where was it taken?
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I like it
Thanks.

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Where was it taken?
Its the Royal Mile High Street in Edinburgh.
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Perfect conversion and composition.

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Perfect conversion and composition
Thank you for your kind words.
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Out cavorting with your mistress, eh? Does your wife know?
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I like it kd.
But I bet I would prefer it in colour! (I see in colour and expect to see images in colour - my problem, not yours)
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Royal Mile High Street

Great shot of the Tron in the background--Hogmanay there is still on my bucket list, but then I doubt I'd remember to check if off.


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Help me out please. I am on a new computer getting it set up. It looks like Sephia. Is this screen that far out of wack. Nice shot anyways.
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That one merits a lot of eyeball time! Splendid tone and detail.
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I now have my answer. I am on my old computer this morning. I guess I need to calibrate the monitor of the new one.. It looks good in sephia and B/W as well.
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Looks good - could have been taken 50 years ago.
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I like the shot very much ... and I remember having a lot of opportunities for some great drinks and good times walking down High Street with some UK Navy senior officiers.
The new UK carriers are build not to far away.
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marvelous and creative composition... dave m
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QuoteOriginally posted by patrick9 Quote
Help me out please. I am on a new computer getting it set up. It looks like Sephia. Is this screen that far out of wack. Nice shot anyways.
At first glance I thought it was done in sepia too. It's the quality of the light and the how his 'Mistress' rendered it that makes all the difference .
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