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Two very nice images, like how gritty they both look.

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Both nice abstract images, I prefer the second for the nice curves - if I remember correctly there's some similar steps like this in Stratford down by the river.

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Oooh I really like those.... especially the latter .  I can see it as a  tryptich too in an industrial  or corporate  setting.  The grainy textured look suits too.... I imagine they could work in high key too  very possibly ...  

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Nice gritty images, the curves in #2 add a bit extra for me.

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44 minutes ago, Clicker said:

Oooh I really like those.... especially the letter too  I can see it as a  tryptich too in an industrial  or corporate  setting.  The grainy textured look suits too.... I imagine they could work in high key too  very possibly ...  

It was going to be triptych, but I just didn’t manage to catch a angle that worked for me.

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I recognise those steps - I've never thought to go in close and just show the curves like that though: that's really effective.

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Do you ever use the Nik collection at all in your editing Van...?. If you have access to that you may be  aware  that there is a filter  in the Analogue > classic camera>multi lens tool option if you do, that allows you to try out various permutations on say a triptych and move the images  individually inside each section. ....... 

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It's shot 2 that works best for me - I just love those curves.

I like the mono processing, too.

Korky

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12 hours ago, Hatter said:

I recognise those steps - I've never thought to go in close and just show the curves like that though: that's really effective.

We was at Cromer on VW charity run, so there was loads of people about. So I never managed to get the shots of the pier that I wanted. I knew I needed to change my expectations of what I wanted to shoot on the day. So I went looking for details instead of the bigger picture .

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11 hours ago, Clicker said:

Do you ever use the Nik collection at all in your editing Van...?. If you have access to that you may be  aware  that there is a filter  in the Analogue > classic camera>multi lens tool option if you do, that allows you to try out various permutations on say a triptych and move the images  individually inside each section. ....... 

Well as a big fan of the NIK collection and a heavy user of silver EFEX. I’d forgotten about all the other programs lol thank you for refreshing my memory. 

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I found that particular  option has lots of  interesting   filters  on the multilens  bit ...  I 'd be interested to see any results with the the latter image in particular.. Shhh I'm having a private   dabble  with it  myself ...  just out of interest .
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