Clock Tower

Taken at The North Church in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, this is part of the church’s steeple.

Comments

  1. Shane @ photographybyshane.com says:

    Nice one.

    I find myself drawn to black and white or darker low-key images.

    If you stick with Lightroom (or photoshop) have a look at Nik Software’s plugins if you haven’t already. Their Silver Effects pro is awesome as well as their “Midnight” preset in Color Effects pro. I used them a lot.

  2. Ryan Cowles @ Metacom Creative Design says:

    Nice shot James. There’s something about black and white architecture photography that will always be pleasing to the eye.
    .-= Ryan [email protected] Creative Design´s last blog ..Lomography SuperSampler Review and Photo’s =-.

  3. James, choice of b/w is brilliant. Always a great mode to emote feelings. Dont you think that the image needed to be tilted a tad clockwise? Excuse me, if i had missed something. Just wanted to let you know.
    .-= [email protected] Wedding Photographer´s last blog ..Johanna and Matthew =-.

  4. James says:

    Yes, this image was almost boring in color (the sky wasn’t vibrant enough to provide any pop). B&W made a big difference.

    Thanks for the tips on the plugins. If I end up buying Lightroom when the beta runs out, I’ll keep it in mind.

    Sharp eye, Haran. I think it ended up being just under two degrees off (I corrected it after I published, but hadn’t gotten around to fixing it here).

  5. Steve @ Maui Wedding Packages says:

    Beautiful shot, very crisp in quality. Was the shot taken in the morning or towards sunset? Great job capturing the beauty of the architectural details of the church.

  6. JonGabel @ Maui Wedding says:

    I like the Black and white approach that was done to the clock. For me it appeared so elegant and looks so stunning. Great work!!!

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