As I add new images to the “Recent Work” section on my Portfolio I will give a heads-up to the addition on here.
This image, which I call “Iron Landscape” was taken in the Living Museum of Beamish in Durham. It was originally a portrait format image of the side of a boiler in the museum. When processing it, I turned it anti-clockwise 90 degrees and cropped it a little. I used the Fuji film simulation Provia once the RAW file was in Lightroom and then I converted it to monochrome using a gradient map adjustment layer in Photoshop. Then, some dodging and burning were done using curves and the history brush after which a little selective sharpening via NIK Sharpener 3 completed the image.
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