St. Brides Tower

This is a discussion on St. Brides Tower within the Urban Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Two views of St. Brides church tower, Fleet St. London. The rest of the church is in scaffolding plus it's surrounded with tall buildings and ...


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    Two views of St. Brides church tower, Fleet St. London. The rest of the church is in scaffolding plus it's surrounded with tall buildings and I don't have a wide enough lens to do it justice.






    By the way, the traditional wedding cake shape comes from this church tower.

    C&C welcome. Do you think the processing in the first works? I think it looks kinda sketchy and a little surreal but I don't know if I'm a mile off with it??

    Cheers,

    Mohain


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    Personally, I like what you did to both shots. Nice tones on the first and the rays are just beautiful. The sky in the second shot is awesome!

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    I agree with Linda, both are nice. It's the lighting that the sky provides in each shot.
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    whoa dude...awesome work. that first would make DS easy

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    I'm liking that first shot, Love the rays coming through the clouds.
    Second shot is cool too!
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    excellent captures...first is very dramamtic and my fave...think I'd go BW whole hog on it tho.
    nice stuff randog

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    love the light in the first one man, i think the processing is spot on........ wonderful captures

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    I love the bw in the first ... also, the wedding cake bit is awesome history!

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    Thanks Woody

    Yes Jon, on refelction I should have gone straight B&W. Perhaps I can just send you all my shots before posting them so you can give them the once over :P

    Cheers for the comments.

    Mo.

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    Wow, that first shot is amazing.
    I would buy a print of that in a second.


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