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|Two preserved examples of the highly successful mixed traffic “Hall Class” steam locomotive built by the Great Western Railway. Picture taken at an Autumn Steam Gala on the West Somerset Railway last year.|
Image tone mapped from four copies of the same RAW file post capture, then converted to sepia in a vain attempt of trying to give the impression of having taken the picture back in the 1930’s. Modern cars and a certain fast-food restaurant in the far distance have prevented me from achieving this.
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- [2013-01-05 9:16]
Great tones to draw us back a few years to when travel was exciting and memorable, and not a chore. Attractive wisps of steam emitting from the engine, great image.
- [2013-01-05 10:19]
I would say your PP successfully rendered an antique plate, sepia-toned image. The angular POV of the two train engines adds a dynamic element to your composition.
- [2013-01-05 13:09]
I like the PP work you adapted to these lovely old locomotives. Nice sepia toning rendering the exact era of the vehicles.
A very sharp and neat image.
Hi Robert, I dont know, it wasnt until I read your note that I took any notice of the bg, I was too busy checking out the details in the engines. Fiona