Old meets new

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A detail from a restored 17th century granary. Comments or criticism very welcome :smile:

D80 Tamron 17-50@50mm F5 1/500

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Thanks Steve!

It looks underexposed........I'd bring it up, or use a curves layer to brighten it a bit. :smile:
Thanks for the advice, I brightened it a tad and upped contrast slightly - updated image in the original post. I still need to learn to "see" stuff right I think :smile:
 
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Ah, much better!!! :smile: I'm still not great at "seeing" in B&W either. Sometimes I think I have something that will look great, and it doesn't.....other times I'm surprised at how much better something looks when converted. :wink:
 
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It really pops! I love the textures, and the lines in the wood, and how they contrast with the lack of it in the plaster (?). I think that's one to print.
 

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