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photoblog image (North Wales Notebook)  Railways 4/5 Re-visited

(North Wales Notebook) Railways 4/5 Re-visited

On Thursday Chantal said she thought this would look nice in sepia so here it is as an extra posting to this series.

 

The toning was done in CS3 and the faded style frame was done in one of the presets in Photo Pos Pro, a freebie editing programme.

 

The original version of this image looks like this

(North Wales Notebook) Railways 4/5 Re-visited

On Thursday Chantal said she thought this would look nice in sepia so here it is as an extra posting to this series.

 

The toning was done in CS3 and the faded style frame was done in one of the presets in Photo Pos Pro, a freebie editing programme.

 

The original version of this image looks like this

comments (14)

  • Chantal
  • Nederland
  • 29 Jan 2011, 06:36
YEAH!!! Way to go on this one, I love it BIG TIME!! Thanks for doing this for me Brian, you are the best!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chantal, I'm so pleased you like it.
Love the grungy water pipe Brian
Brian Walbey: Yes it does look a bit grungy doesn't it.
the sepia does go well with this kind of a composition; has a nice, old fashioned touch
Brian Walbey: Looks a totally different picture doesn't it.
It looks good with this treatment
Brian Walbey: Thanks Martin.
THis works very well with the treatment, a step back in time.
Brian Walbey: It does make quite a difference.
Chantal was right - this is superb Brian. The better pic by far
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Pamela.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Jan 2011, 16:20
Super stuff Brian: it works very well indeed
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris. (I met Les Auld at the GCR gala yesterday for a short chat, very enjoyable.)
This treatment is top notch, Brian. Gives it an entirely different atmosphere. Well done!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Beverly, yes it does look completely different.
It looks very good, but I think I prefer the colour.
Brian Walbey: I actually like them both Sheila so i can't fall out with myself smile
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 29 Jan 2011, 19:47
I prefer the colour version, Brian, but this has a pleasant sepia finish. Thanks for giving us the choice.
Brian Walbey: Apleasure Alan, thanks for your comment.
Nice conversion, Brian
Brian Walbey: Thank you Tom.
  • Peter
  • Canada
  • 30 Jan 2011, 04:39
I agree with Chantal and it is nice how this one turned out....but i liked the red one alsogrin....petersmile
Brian Walbey: I actually like them both Peter so I can't fall out with myself smile
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 30 Jan 2011, 14:00
Chantal was right...
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray.
I found this location to be difficult to get a good photograph when the sun was out, going monochrome does help.

Good to meet up with you yesterday, certainly broke the day whilst awaiting the trains in a good way.
Brian Walbey: Well it was Chantal who suggested the sepia last Thursday Les, I think it has worked quite well.

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